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After Reconstruction, minstrel songs were one of the few paying options for talented Black singers
Tunes such as ‘Dixie’ and ‘My Old Kentucky Home’ reframed grueling Black physical labor as a subject of light entertainment for white fans
A closer look at the lyrics of a song that is synonymous with the Kentucky Derby
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The Undefeated is now
Where Blackness is infinite