'Frog' of the South: Disney's Song and Dance About a Black Princess Croaks

L.A. Weekly | November 30, 2009
Six decades after unleashing persistent NAACP bugaboo Song of the South, and two after firmly suppressing it, that peculiar cultural institution known as the Walt Disney Company has made a symbolic reparation by creating its first African-American princess -- and plunking her down in the middle of Jim Crow–era Louisiana!

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