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Mammy Stereotype Image Gallery 02

Mammy is the most well known and enduring racial caricature of African American women. The Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University has more than 100 items with the mammy image, including ashtrays, souvenirs, postcards, fishing lures, detergent, artistic prints, toys, candles, and kitchenware. This article examines real mammies, fictional mammies, and commercial mammies.

  •  Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
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  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
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  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2
  •   Mammy Stereotype gallery 2