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A exhibition in Paris of historical black dolls from the United States raises the question of black dolls today in France: Where can parents find toys that look like their children, if they are not white? And why does it matter?
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Voices in this piece:
- Carole, author Les Etoiles Noires (The black stars) blog about diversity in children's book
- Mathilda, 10-year-old in Paris, who likes to play with black Barbies