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African-American Images: The New Doll Test
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African-American Images: The New Doll Test

African-American Images: The New Doll Test

African-American Images: The New Doll Test
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In a recent column for The Miami Herald, Leonard Pitts argues that African Americans bear significant blame for the negative cultural images affecting the self esteem of their children. Pitts discusses his column.

Guests:

Leonard Pitts, Jr.,columnist for The Miami Herald

Kiri Davis,filmmaker, short film titled "A Girl Like Me"

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