Hollywood blacklists people who have worn blackface, whiteface, and alienface
Hollywood has a new committee to ferret out all actors who have ever been in makeup and or costumes that are not of their ethnic heritage.
Committee Co-Chairs Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Alyssa Milano, and Bette Midler are working to form a large group of Hollywood individuals to go through every film and television movie made, to root out and blacklist any actor who was made up to perform with darker, lighter, or different skin color (including space aliens and furries).
“Basically, if you’ve been in blackface, or whiteface, or brownface, you’re history,” Messing said. “Everyone in Avatar is dead.”
If they find the actors wore any kind of costume that is not the same ethnic background as the actor, not only will they blacklist that actor, but, if that actor has passed away, they plan to find the corpse, and bury it in an unmarked grave in a ditch reserved for hateful, bigoted, racist people.
The films will be pulled out of storage, piled in the middle of Hollywood Boulevard and burned until every bit of items deemed blacklisted are destroyed.
Another movement was created to change the name of blacklist because of the negative connotation it associates with black people.