"How many jars does it take to categorize the human race?"
Anchor + Relay - While the phrase reinforces the image as "categorizing the human race," it also relays that it is impossible to stereotype the entire human race because everyone is different.
"Something Less Human"
Anchor - The text supports the image as it describes how people are treated in an inhumane way when stereotyped.
"Stereotyping: It's jarring"
Anchor - Reinforces the image as stereotyping, playing on the pun "jarring"
"See No Racism"
Relay - The phrase refers to the quote "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil"; an idea of dealing with wrongful acts through turning a blind eye.
"Forced into Stereotype"
Anchor - Explains each frame. 'Forced' emphasizes the hand dragging the figure into the jar, 'into' shows the figure going inside the jar, and 'stereotype' identifies the jar as the stereotype.
"Everyone does it."
Relay - It indicates that not only one person entraps people into jars, but that stereotyping is universal.