It was the dawn of a new millennium, and according to their cherished ideal of progress, Americans should have been leaving the old modes of expression behind. Yet there it was: in the fall of 2001, several all-white fraternities at major universities decided the best way to celebrate Halloween was by holding blackface parties....
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