Won't pass that on, because there was actually nothing wrong with Aunt Jemima. It was not her fault that company did not adequately compensate her after making it rich beyond measure by using her trustworthy face and Black women's reputation of being the best cooks in America to do so.
Also, Jemima is an authentic West African name.
The meme you need to create is one with Stacy Dash's head imposed on as $2.00 crack whore's body, while walking the whore stroll in front of the FAUX New building; now, I'll repost that EVERYWHERE.
the title 'aunt' and 'uncle' was used in the past so that the white kids/adult wouldn't have to call an elder 'Sir' 'Madam' 'Mrs.' or 'Mr.' some examples are Uncle Ben's, Uncle Tom, Aunt Chloe (Uncle Tom's cabin), or the term Mammy.
I understand that was one of the reasons for calling Black maids, nannys and butlers "auntie" and "uncle", [though it was not the only reason for those supposed "terms of endearment"], but I believe that people inadvertently defame the Black woman who was the actual spokesperson that traveled the country giving demonstrations of the product when they throw her in with housekneegroes and sellouts.
Uncle Tom is another good example, because people use "uncle tom" as an insult or in defamatory ways, when in reality [of the character] "Uncle Tom" was the a hero, he was the one that meticulously and relentlessly strategized everything and everyone through the racist and dangerous and life threatening labyrinth of the racist southern plantation system, only 'giving up' a slave when it was the only way to save all the rest. [There was a method to his madness]
But, the only thing people remember is when he had to make such a choices; when he had no choice but to sacrificeone for all the rest, [completely dismissing all the lives he saved from 'whippings', torture, maiming and mutilations and murder] , thus, "uncle tom" becoming ademeaning term.
[i.e.: Don't insult the Black woman on the cornbread package by putting the face of a low-down grimy, sold out housekneegroe like Stacy Dash on her body.]