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In this piece originally published in the New York Times, Daniel Pollack-Pelzner discusses problematic racist imagery in both the 1964 and 2018 Mary Poppins films and argues that minstrelsy has long been Disney's mode of expressing topsy-turvy fun.
'Mary Poppins' and a nanny's shameful flirting with blackface.
New York Times, 2019-01-28
Pollack-Pelzner, Daniel, "'Mary Poppins' and a Nanny's Shameful Flirting with Blackface" (2019). Faculty Publications. Published Version. Submission 73.
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