I like to think that I write fairly well, but far too often, someone else comes along and says what I was trying to say, only they say it with far more skill and eloquence than I ever could. This was the case this week, when I came across a great post about the subconscious messages we get … Continue reading Sunday blogging against racism #10a–multicultural dolls, again
Because I really think it matters . . . and this video suggests as much.
Hi. (forgive the ridiculously long space…trying to see if I can psych out RSSGraffiti. Still here? Good, thanks!) It’s been a crappy week. Unfortunately, it’s been a crappy week that immediately followed a very large paycheck, thanks to both overtime and my quarterly bonus. I have been shopping almost non-stop. Oh, and birthdays. Two birthdays … Continue reading The blog entry I wrote while avoiding schoolwork…
Okay, I’m not going to add much commentary on this, but you should definitely read this. You know how I get about non-blonde dolls in general, so of course I agree wholeheartedly with this blogger.
At the hospital gift shop this week, looking for something to entertain Mona and myself, I was thrilled to see that the children’s items (dolls, baby shoes, books, etc.) featured images of children with a variety of skin tones and hair and eye colors. Those of you who know me will know that I was … Continue reading Sunday blogging against racism #46–doing the little things