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Family's exhibit of black dolls is no small exploit

By Matt Gunderson
Globe Correspondent / March 21, 2004

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When her then-5-year-old said he didn't think Santa Claus was going to visit on Christmas Eve in 1998 because Santa wasn't black, Debra Britt's hobby of collecting dolls became a fight to preserve her child's pride. That year, she bought her son, Christopher, a number of black Santa Claus dolls, hoping to reshape his early perceptions about his race. (Full Article: 687 Words)

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