Please see my statement below. pic.twitter.com/FBDcgxHOq9
— Mark Herring (@MarkHerringVA) February 6, 2019
something i cannot stress enough is that blackface and minstrelsy were the dominant forms of popular culture in the United States for much of the 19th century and remained very popular into the 20th.
— b-boy bouiebaisse (@jbouie) February 6, 2019
So, on this blackface stuff…maybe one of these politicians and their teams will be candid about the fact that they were raised and socialized during times and places where racism was normal and the impact of that is still pervasive in our lives to this day. Maybe.
— was that a nerve? (@primediscussion) February 6, 2019
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