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Robbin Henderson, director of the Berkeley Art Center, said, 'derogatory imagery enables people to absorb stereotypes; which in turn allows them to ignore and condone injustice, discrimination, segregation, and racism.' She was right. They were used to buttress Jim Crow laws and Jim Crow etiquette." However, the purpose of the museum is not to offend but "to educate visitors about race relations in the United States. We believe that these items must be viewed and understood without sugar coating." ).
In honor of Aunt Jemima, an annual pancake breakfast is held at the church.After the talk, Dennis showed me around the campus.One of our most fascinating stops was the "Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia" that has been assembled by sociology professor David Pilgrim.She was played by actual women including, Brown County, Ohio native Rose Washington Parks,1901-1969, during the 1950s.This story was published 01/16/2001 in the Ledger Independent in Maysville, Ky. Rosa Washington Riles, better known as "Aunt Jemima" was one of Brown County's most noted but least known natives.