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Will $85 black dolls sell?
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Jason and Angelica Sweeting, of Miami, are the founders of Naturally Perfect Dolls, which sells high-end baby dolls with multicultural skin tones, hairstyles, and body structures. The dolls are washable with styleable hair, and encourage self-acceptance and diversity, but they are not cheap. They retail for $84.99. The Sweetings were recently featured on
BOOK: Male author tackles domestic violence
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Not Tonight By Tony L. Bellamy Xlibris Publishing STATESVILLE, N.C. – From his early childhood years, growing into adolescence and maturation into adulthood, Bellamy has become sensitive to the mistreatment of others, particularly women. In his book “Not Tonight: A woman's right to say "no" and her struggle to "let go,” he has written an
Black history calendar provide timeless knowledge
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
CHICAGO — You’ll never know where you’re going unless you first know where you’ve been. So make 2017 your year of self-pride and timeless knowledge with The Educational Network’s “Our History Today! An African-American Journey” black history calendar and resource guide. In addition to featuring hundreds of key facts
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