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That’s that shit that drives me crazy, and it’s all that I’ve been gettin’ lately…

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Be where you are; otherwise you will miss your life.
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white vegans be like “honey is unethical because the bees worked so hard on it that’s why I like the completely ethical alternative of sugar harvested by underpaid and abused fieldworkers”


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Learn How This Former College Professor Got Her Black Doll Collection in Walmart

Lisa Williams’ “Positively Perfectly” dolls are sold in more than 3000 stores
by Carolyn M. Brown 
Lisa Williams, PhD, recalls watching a segment on CNN and hearing a little African American girl tell anchor Anderson Cooper that brown skin like hers looked nasty. The cable network had commissioned a study aimed to recreate the landmark “doll test” from the 1940s which revealed that African American children often preferred a white doll over a brown doll because white was associated with such attributes as good, nice and pretty. CNN’s 2010 study showed racial biases and preferences towards white or lighter skin tones were still prevalent.
It was that episode that convinced Williams to launch a multicultural doll collection in 2010. “I did not want to see another little African American girl fail to choose the doll that most closely resembles her precious face because that child does not view the doll as being equal or more beautiful than the white doll,” adds the founder and CEO of World EPI Inc. in San Diego, California.
[Continue reading story at Black Enterprise.]

soulbrotherv2:

Learn How This Former College Professor Got Her Black Doll Collection in Walmart

Lisa Williams’ “Positively Perfectly” dolls are sold in more than 3000 stores

by Carolyn M. Brown 

Lisa Williams, PhD, recalls watching a segment on CNN and hearing a little African American girl tell anchor Anderson Cooper that brown skin like hers looked nasty. The cable network had commissioned a study aimed to recreate the landmark “doll test” from the 1940s which revealed that African American children often preferred a white doll over a brown doll because white was associated with such attributes as good, nice and pretty. CNN’s 2010 study showed racial biases and preferences towards white or lighter skin tones were still prevalent.

It was that episode that convinced Williams to launch a multicultural doll collection in 2010. “I did not want to see another little African American girl fail to choose the doll that most closely resembles her precious face because that child does not view the doll as being equal or more beautiful than the white doll,” adds the founder and CEO of World EPI Inc. in San Diego, California.

[Continue reading story at Black Enterprise.]

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Truth…

nalarej:

Truth…

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