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Diversity and Dolls: How One Parent is Teaching about Race
Doll Therapy For Alzheimer's: Calming Or Condescending? : Shots - Health News : NPR
In preparation for what was initially to be a different article entirely, I came across a page on the web that grabbed my attention. The blog is operated by a white American man who gives his name as Mr. Ingersoll, and he writes about experiences his wife and he share raising an adopted girl named Emma, who is African American. I likely would have skimmed past this post had it not been for the intentionally attention-grabbing headline. I suspected its contents would offer some sort of valuable introspection, or perhaps it would offer an overview of the CNN study.
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Judge J English entered the courtroom and took her seat at the high bench; the defence barrister then gave a brief overview of the charges against his client and the sentence given in the lower court. Arrive early to get a seat in the last two rows of the courtroom, which is the spectator section. However it is probable that the jury, witness or victim would have understood the judicial process as each would have been guided or educated by either the judge, defence or prosecution depending on their role in the case. He stated the date in which the offence occurred, the sentencing and the age of the offender. Things You Will Need.
The landmark civil rights case Brown v. Its other legacy? The tradition of questioning small children about black and white dolls in order to measure their sentiments about race. Who came up with the doll test, and how did it make its way into that famous footnote in Brown— and not to mention six decades of conversations about race? And was it ever really good science?