negrophilism

Ne·gro·phile

 (nē′grə-fīl′)
n.
One who admires and supports black people and their culture.

ne′gro·phil′ism (nē′grə-fī′lĭz′əm, nĭ-grŏf′ə-) n.

negrophilism

the advancement and advocacy of equal rights for Negroes. — negrophilist, n.negrophile, adj.
See also: Politics
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Much of the popularity of Baker's 1920s stage work appears within an era of postwar French negrophilism, a time often celebrated for its tolerance toward black performers.
The framing of the sequence with its frequent foci upon the shadow in animalistic poses does suggest some of the distressing "primitive" aspects of jazz-era negrophilism.
This position proves less imperialist and, instead, appeals more to the jazz-era negrophilism defining much of Baker's popularity.