“JIMMY Crack Corn and I Don’t Care”

This is why you take control of your images.  This is also why you do not become stereotypes.  (Toronto, Canada)



Minstrel shows were popular musical stage shows from the 1830s to the early 1900s. The performers, their faces artificially blackened, played the roles of ignorant, lazy, joyous blacks. Audiences roared with laughter. Thomas Dartmouth Rice is known as the Father of Minstrelsy.



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