March 26, 2008 at 12:06 PM ET
Here it is, the controversial Vogue cover featuring NBA star LeBron James and supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
This morning, Peter Alexander reported on the controversy, followed by Ann Curry's interview with CNBC's Donny Deutsch and humorist/TV commentator Nancy Giles. WATCH VIDEO
The cover has caused a lot of chatter, particularly online, over whether the shot (taken by famed photographer Annie Liebovitz) perpetuates racial stereotypes.
Some look at the cover and don't think much of it, that it's an interesting shot of two of the world's most recognizable people.
Others, however, see it as the embodiment of racial and sexual stereotypes, that it's a depiction of an aggressive, black man in a King Kong-like pose, embracing a white woman, a Fay Wray-like "damsel in distress."
Still others say that there were plenty of better photos to choose from to put on the cover.
So what's your take?
And in thinking about this story, I couldn't help but wonder...what's the more racist response to the cover: to see racial stereotypes and object or to not notice race at all?