Ethnically Correct Dolls: Toying with the Race Industry

Ethnically Correct Dolls

This was a comment page for Elizabeth Chin, “Ethnically Correct Dolls: Toying with the Race Industry” in Purchasing Power: Black Kids and American Consumer Culture. This reading was for the Hartwick Cultural Anthropology 2016 course.

[image credit: How an Experiment With Dolls Helped Lead to School Integration]

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