The New York Post found itself in hot water once again this weekend for photoshopping the image of a Black CEO to make him look like a criminal.
Wes Moore, the CEO of NYC charity foundation Robin Hood, called out the tabloid for casting him as a “criminal” in art that accompanied a story that had nothing to do with him. Moore reasoned that the Post confused his charity with a stock trading app bearing a similar name.
“Today @nypost photoshopped me to look like a ‘criminal’ in a story that had nothing to do with me. They confused @RobinhoodApp & @robinhoodnyc,” Moore tweeted on Friday. “I’m sure retractions are forthcoming, but even if your basic facts had not been