Online retailer Amazon was caught once again hawking a product with a glaring racist description that somehow went undetected.
A Boston woman who grew up ashamed of her hair and skin has launched a line of dolls designed to encourage little black girls to love themselves just as they are
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A lot of us know young girls are often given mixed messages about body image, self esteem and beauty. That’s why […]
The place: East Huntingdon Township, Pennsylvania. The problem: A Confederate flag display with a black baby doll hanging from a noose with a knife in its back…
theGRIO REPORT – ‘Why Do You Have Black Dolls?’, a short documentary film inspired by an 8-year-old’s question, explores the historical and cultural significance of the black doll…
SLIDESHOW – The fourth annual summer Black Doll and Art Show took place on July 21st in New York City…