How come these Burbank architectural renderings never show Black people?

 

That’s the second question of the week. In their various promotional literatures these project developers never depict Black people using any of their dream amenities.

Why not? Bad for business?

And what does that say about the image of Burbank?

Groups of white people in these drawings are always mingling and enjoying the sights, while groups of Black people would be doing what, congregating?
 
 
 

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4 responses to “How come these Burbank architectural renderings never show Black people?

  1. Anonymous

    Why ask why?
    Dreadful turnout at Fire Service Day, about 100 disappointed families trying to fit their kids into one pair of fire retardant pants. Saw the Chief and the Mayor there. Both were beat. Zero energy. Black auras. Burbank is waltzing on the rim of the volcano, and none are looking too all fired surefooted.

  2. Anonymous Illustrator's

    In a continuing effort to be Sustainable, the renderings are not “colored”
    for presentations in Burbank.
    Please excuse the use of “white” papper.
    Again, in another effort to be Sustainable, we refrain from the use of
    “colored”paper.
    We’re looking forward to your future support with more understanding..

  3. Anonymous 3

    To piss you off. How’s it working?

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