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  1. 22/03/2018 · Damning Evidence Shows Actor Al Jolson Wearing Blackface. 3/22/18 12:27PM. BURBANK, CA—In a revelation that many are saying will tarnish his widely celebrated legacy, sources confirmed Thursday that damning footage recently obtained from Warner Bros. Pictures shows stage and film star Al Jolson wearing blackface. “It’s unfortunate, given ...

  2. Al Jolson. American singer and actor Al Jolson (1896 - 1950) in blackface, circa 1930. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images) Al Jolson : News Photo. Save to Board.

  3. Al Jolson famous for performing in blackface was the only white man who was allowed into the all-black nightclubs in Harlem. The reason being that he helped many black people succeed in the music business and fought against racial discrimination.

  4. 20/02/2009 · Without blackface, this musical isn't the Al Jolson story For fear of causing offence, a new show about the entertainer's life simply isn't faithful to its subject Al Jolson in the 1927 film The ...

  5. A word about Al Jolson, blackface, and race. Blackface: the word conjures up images of minstrelsy and all the negative feelings that those images bring. True, that in the mid-19th century, most blackface minstrelsy contained pejorative elements and these depictions of African-Americans were often negative and harmful to the black race.

  6. TIL Al Jolson famous for performing in blackface was the only white man who was allowed into the all-black nightclubs in Harlem. The reason being that he helped many black people succeed in the music business and fought against racial discrimination.

  7. 01/11/2013 · "The Jazz Singer" (1927) "The Jazz Singer" follows Jakie Rabinowitz (Al Jolson), who rejects his Jewish heritage in order to pursue his dreams of being a popular jazz singer -- in blackface. The film was generally received positively by white and black critics alike, with Harlem's Amsterdam News writing, "Every colored performer is proud of [Jolson]."