Nyc-based ad agency Black-Belt has gone viral after it posted an ad featuring a man holding up an African American flag.
The ad features a white woman holding a sign reading, “I will never forgive you, you racist.”
The ad is part of a series of racist ads published by the agency.
“It’s an ad for a company that’s been doing some really really good work for the community in the last year,” said Black-Bar-Tie co-founder Michael Mott.
“And they’re really upset that we did this, they’re not happy.”
Black-Bra-Ties ads are part of the agency’s ongoing work to make a better world for black Americans.
“We want to be a bridge for all the African American communities in the world and to show them that they are not alone in that struggle,” Mott said.
“There are other black people out there doing the same thing, and we want to show that there are people out here that are fighting for equality.
We want to create a space where black people can be themselves.”
Mott was inspired to create Black-Tied ads after watching an African-American family who lost their home to the fires of Hurricane Katrina.
“When I saw that, I felt like, ‘Oh my gosh, there’s a way to be able to be yourself and be part of something that is actually positive,'” Mott told ABC News.
“The idea that people who are actually struggling are going to do something like this to try to do good in the community was really exciting for me.”
The agency began running racist ads in 2015, after Hurricane Katrina left thousands of black people homeless.
“Black-Bra ties is a big part of what Black-R-TIE does,” said co-CEO Michael Mollan.
“Our goal is to provide a platform where the black community can share stories of hardship that they’re experiencing and that their community can be involved in the response to that.
We’re not there yet, but it’s the first step.”
“It was really emotional, and it was a bit of a shock, and a lot of people didn’t understand the level of empathy that I was feeling,” Mollen said.
“[The agency] was really trying to help me understand the world.
In the past, Black-bra ties has run a series called “Lovesick.” “
But I think we’ve found that when you have someone that really understands the community and is able to help them understand the community, that really is a really powerful thing.”
In the past, Black-bra ties has run a series called “Lovesick.”
In it, the black family tries to stay afloat by playing a game called “The Love Song.”
The family is aided by a white girl who appears to be the mother, and the other girls are all playing the drums.
Black-bar-tie has a long history of promoting black culture and artists, and has run ads in the past for rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
The agency is also working with celebrities like Kanye West, who created a new line of black-themed clothing in 2015.
“They’re making a really good effort to try and bring awareness to the issues of Black people in America,” Mollen said.
In 2017, BlackBra-ties ran a campaign called “Proudly Black.”
The campaign featured an ad with a black family wearing a hijab.
The family says they chose to wear the hijab because it was not accepted as an acceptable form of dress in the U.S. “This is what the world looks like in the United States,” the family’s grandmother told the ad.
The Black-Ba-Tetts also run a campaign with a group of young African-Americans in a black suit who are called the “Passion Group.” “
So, we decided to make the hijab mandatory for all American women.”
The Black-Ba-Tetts also run a campaign with a group of young African-Americans in a black suit who are called the “Passion Group.”
The group sings “I Ain’t Got No Problems,” an anthem of black empowerment.
“I think we have a really important role to play in helping young black men, particularly young black boys, understand that they don’t have to do this,” said Mollon.
“In America, we have an incredibly rigid system.
We have a lot more acceptance of women wearing headscarves, or dressing like a black person, or even going out with a different gender.
We also have a culture where you have to be comfortable with your appearance.”
Mollin said the agency has partnered with organizations like the UVA Center for Black Arts and the NAACP to help raise awareness about race and police brutality.
“All of our partners, including the Black- Bra-Tiets, are really working on issues that affect our communities,” Molls said.
The company is also launching a