IN 1939, JAZZ vocalist Billie Holiday was compelled to musically document the peculiar and cruel treatment blacks continued to suffer more than fifty years after emancipation from slavery. The first verse of her beautifully eerie performance is thus:Southern trees bear strange fruit,...
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