The Mammy Stereotype of Black women who work as nanny and housekeepers.
Earliest depiction of this stereotype is in a novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin.
It is about female slaves that works in white households
Generally, mammy was portrayed as an old, overweight dark skin woman.
As time pass, television sitcom (eg. That's my mama, gimme a break" continue to depict this stereotype
(racial profiling result in further bias and sterotype in society)
(second class citizens)
stereotypes and biases serve to unfairly and sometimes unintentionally keep qualified, capable people out of jobs or positions of power.