These garish postcards of racist stereotypes were once American keepsakes
Brendan Seibel

This brief article demonstrates just how far the progressive left will go to spin, and deplore, everyday things of the past. Massive assumptions are made to make the writer’s points. The headline writer chooses the word “garish” to get you to click, expecting something really horrible. Epic fail on that objective. What we really see is a point in time in the evolution of photography where posing subjects was the norm. Images are cherry picked, from among many thousands, to bolster a political and social agenda. No perspective is given. This is shameful journalism.

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