Most advertisements I have seen show many consumers in a poor intellectual light (regardless of color). Because of this I do not see it as pointing out a specific color, just the general status of the average consumer. Too bad they cannot show real customers with no color at all, but such a situation doesn't exist.
The only way to fix this situation would seem to be to specifically higher those of a different skin color, which means they would be denying jobs to other qualifying (or possibly more qualifying) applicants based on their skin color. To do so would be discrimination in itself. There is never a guarantee that those who apply and qualify are going to be any specific skin color. If they get more of one perceived skin type than another, that is not their fault. But if they turn away applicants simply because they are "white" and so don't fill their quota of the racial ration, then that would just be going another directly of discrimination.
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