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"We aren't born with the idea that color matters."

Racism comes in all shapes and sizes, and so does wisdom and acceptance. Read about a little girl’s reaction to the subtle racism of a cashier when she and her mother purchased a doll with a different skin color than her own. Her innocent reasoning demonstrates that racism must be taught and that her family has only taught her acceptance and appreciation. Seeing this made my day.


https://www.yahoo.com/beauty/little-girl-has-perfect-answer-for-woman-who-wondered-why-she-wanted-a-doll-that-didnt-look-like-her-193253439.html

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