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Before emancipation, slaves were forbidden to participate in Carnival, but this never stopped their backyard mas. After the end of slavery, gangs of recently liberated slaves, covered in black grease, molasses, or varnish, took to the streets, and rejoiced in their freedom. Scantily dressed, and sometimes with chains and padlocks around their legs, the former slaves attempted to offend polite society, which they blamed for decades of suffering. Since the Carnival was prettified and commercialized in the late 20th century, these traditional masqueraders have became less visible, their distinctive dances, speeches, and rituals are disappearing. -Full story

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