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- The character was inspired by a song called “Old Aunt Jemima” written by African-American comedian and minstrel performer Billy Kersands. There's an ugly side to the use of a black woman's image in the 19th and 20th centuries. The Aunt Jemima character ...
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- Take, for instance, this description of a performance by Billy Kersands, a black man who performed in blackface, which Seibert quotes from one of Kersands's contemporaries.
- Can We Please, Finally, Get Rid of 'Aunt Jemima'?
- Numerous writings have examined the development of the Aunt Jemima logo in 1889 by Chris L. Rutt and Charles G. Underwood for their ready-made pancake flour mix at the Pearl Milling Company; the logo's inspiration by Billy Kersands' minstrel song “Old ...
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