Internet Loses Its Mind Over Old Navy Interracial Ad

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Old Navy Interracial Ad

May 9, 2016 – The reality-challenged might have to start dressing somewhere other than Old Navy. The discount retailer pushed way back against racist comments aimed at the company’s most recent promotional effort. Their online ad features an interracial couple and their biracial offspring happily promoting a price markdown on purchases. 

Some on Twitter reacted with comments straight out of a StormFront.org forum:

One user voiced his personal concerns on what he felt the ad meant for his future relationships

Despite the initial ugliness the brighter corners of the internet responded with messages of support with fans of the ad tweeting pics of their own interracial families

Old Navy Interracial AdPew Research Center findings indicate that 12 percent of US newlyweds in 2013 married someone of a different race with same-sex couples representing an even larger portion of diverse families.
Clay Pollioni, one of the models featured in the ad took to social media to voice his feelings about being in the center of the controversial promo: “I’m extremely proud to have taken part in a campaign that not only celebrates our nation’s diversity, but also unites families with multicultural backgrounds and promotes love of all of kinds!”

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2 thoughts on “Internet Loses Its Mind Over Old Navy Interracial Ad

  1. Sudden attention for simply display of a families forgotten. Cultural bigotry this not directed to those disenchanted or personal preference. Marketing of consumer products is vague how, assumption ideal audience eager only acquire. Opposite judge by expectation and origin what, about respecting purchasing power of LGBT? I know only straight face this to late reveal the damage of American marketing. Both sides guilty how, many targeting only whom majority reaction to “Old Navy” actually guys okay date Ms.White. Women chose of choice guys never rejoice marketing and research inaccurate “America” not population just reaction of standards
    Reminds of Color Benetton caught animosity over visual “interracial ads why message wasn’t conveyed or should been? All controversial myself just humans presenting appreciation wow!

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