For many, the image of a dark-skinned child wearing the garment that evoked racist stereotypes for Black people was inexcusable.

The retailer is paying for recklessness.

H&M hires a diversity director after major controversy over a racist ad that featured a young Black male model in a "Coolest Monkey In The Jungle" hoodie.

The country reacts to the racist hoodie.

Terry Mango, the mom of the model who drew support for being insulted by H&M in a racist ad, is telling people to "get over" the incident.

Sean Diddy Combs may reportedly offer a $1 million contract to the model who was insulted and disrespected in a racist ad for H&M.

Rachel Dolezal failed at trying to join the H&M protest.

H&M is under fire for a racist ad that featured a Black boy wearing a hoodie with the words, "Coolest monkey in the jungle" on it.

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H&M South Africa issued an apology this week for tweeting a comment that implied White models portray a more “positive image” for the brand.