This is a VO for an online education module about Minstrel Shows in the Jim Crow era.
Informative, straight forward, and clear tone.
English (North American)
Young Adult (18-35)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
minstrel shows. Minstrel stage shows began to appear in American culture in the early 18 hundreds by design producers marketed them to white audiences. They featured song and dance performances and comedic skits that mocked and demeaned African Americans. Often white actors would use dark makeup on their faces and hands in a practice called Black Face.