USA Today – Debbie Garrett the author of Black Dolls: A Comprehensive Guide to Celebrating, Collecting, and Experiencing the Passion grew up playing with only white dolls. When she had a daughter, she wanted to “make sure that as African-American child, she saw herself in the dolls that she played with in order to reinforce her significance, her self-worth and self-esteem.
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