Latino Doll's 'Move' Angers Some in Chicago Community

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A Latino neighborhood in Chicago feels insulted by the background given the newest American Girl Doll. Marisol Luna, as she's named, moves out of the city to the suburbs to be safer, according to publicity for the doll. Some folks in the Pilsen section of Chicago say they want an apology from American Girl and parent company, Mattel.



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