Last night the horrible people of the Internet cried out in shock that Beyoncé performed at the CMAs. It was rare, to say the least, to see a black singer on stage at such a white event. But how did this dichotomy come about? As BLAC Magazine noted today, Henry Ford’s war on black, Jewish jazz—using country music—in the 1920s played a big part of it.
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