The Airbrushed Asian
When Scottish tourism officials first unveiled the promotional poster for next year's Homecoming Scotland campaign (whose purpose is to get people of Scottish descent to visit the homeland), people looked at it and remarked, "You know, not everyone in Scotland is white."
So a second version of the poster was sneaked out
, with one small change: an Asian guy had been photoshopped in. (He's on the left side of the bottom image).
But most people seem to think the change is even worse than the original, calling it "tokenism" and blasting the government tourism agency for having to "think about it after the event."
The most famous case of cut-and-paste diversity was the cover of UW Madison's 2001-2002 undergraduate application
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