Published Saturday, April 8, 2017, on USA Today's website, the above titled article by William Cummings discusses the continued need for black-doll representation.
His article, inspired by the 2-year-old whom a Target cashier futilely attempted to convince to buy a doll that "looked like her," can be read here.
If the link does not work, Google "USA Today black girls black dolls."
I enjoyed reading the article, and I am honored to have been asked to share my input on the significance of black girls owning dolls that reflect their image.
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