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London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): BBC shows like 'Strictly Come Dancing' exploit older women as "figures of fun" and the "butt of jokes", a new survey of viewers has revealed.
Both have become figures of fun - but don't knock them.
FIGURES OF FUN: Floating figures illuminate the canal as the procession passes and (right) a youngster held shoulder high during the procession Pictures by Andrew Catchpool (AC210209Cmoon-21); ON THE MARCH: Children carry lanterns (above), and (below) the moon begins its journey on the canal (AC210209Cmoon-22)
But Jennette Arnold, a Labour member of the London Assembly, said: "The symbolism of the golliwog is colonialist, racist and harks back to time when black people were dismissed as slave, servant, and figures of fun. It is an image associated with the demeaning of black people."