The Cotton Club is today one of Harlem’s most famous jazz venues. However, in its heyday, the club had far from a clean reputation. It was during the Harlem Renaissance that the club catered only to white patrons despite having black performers. During the 1920s, many white people saw African-American performances as “exotic” or “primal.”
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