The I See Me: Reflections in Black Dolls exhibition, which is currently ongoing at the Charles H. Wright African American Museum of History in Detroit, Michigan has been extended through June 25, 2017.
From Controversy to Empowerment: the History of Black Dolls, by Nadja Sayej, published today in The Guardian, offers nice coverage of the exhibition. Sayej's article also touches on the history of black dolls.
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