Black dolls matter: She looks like me!
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An artist is working to boost the confidence of girls all around the world. She makes handmade dolls for underrepresented children, whose toys might otherwise never look like them.
A white toddler in South Carolina made news by choosing a black doll for herself, and defended that choice to a skeptical cashier.
When the cashier told her the doll didn't look like her, blond, two-year-old Sophia had a ready response, according to CBS News: "Yes, she does.She's a doctor like I'm a doctor. And I'm a pretty girl and she's a pretty girl. See her hair? And see... read more
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