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TIME TO GET KING OF HATE... STEVE KING OF IOWA OUT OF CONGRESS... PERPETUATING STEREOTYPES OF LATINOS... OR JUST PLAINLY LYING ABOUT LATINOS IS "NOT" OK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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INFAMOUS Racial Stereotype: Jim Crow PART 1 A particularly vicious racial stereotype emerged as one of the principal characters in Minstrelsy, "Jim Crow" and "Zip Coon". The earlier Jim Crow character emerged in the 1820s, the product of a stage persona/negro impersonation developed by Thomas Dartmouth ("Daddy") Rice. Jim Crow was portrayed as an embittered and raggedy servant who believes, perhaps correctly, that he is more intelligent and knows more than his master. SONG BOOK 1838

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(4 of 6) Cultural Appropriation: A Photographic Journey to Explain Why You Should Wash Off the Warpaint and Put Down the Headdress. Pick your Pocahontas. To clear something up: you wearing a headdress, a feather & warpaint, a sexy Pocahontas costume is like someone wearing blackface; not like a native person wearing jeans. [click on this image for a video and brief analysis of cultural representation as a practice of domination]

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from The Huffington Post

A History Of Blackface In Films, In All Its Incarnations

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