What's That? Michelle Williams is Native American?
What's that? Oh, she's not? She's actually not? What mastery! Look at that authentic, thick, black, braided hair! The feather! Those genuine angled features and the definitely-not retouched nose? Goodness, this appeared to be as legit as the day is long.
But that's alright, because Britain's "AnOther Magazine" isn't really bothering their heads over hiring a real American Indian to portray a real American Indian on its cover in order to go for that legitimate thing.
Some people might say that you'll find racism when you look for it, and while that's true in some cases, this is definitely not one of them. You'll most likely always find racism when it comes to publications using white models to portray black folk, or Native American folk, or even Asian folk, and that's just hasn't been a cool thing to do since ... well, wait. No. That's right. Never.
Get in line, AnOther. Rumor has it they're giving clues out one of these days.
As for you, Michelle Williams? Girl, you should just know better.