Barbie and the Black Woman: Why Purchasing Inclusion Doesn't Work
Online • February 21, 2017
Changing the world requires us to promote the living dolls, instead of Barbie dolls. Join us for a Jam Session with Jas Boothe as she talks about why purchasing inclusion just doesn't work.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
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Join us for a Jam Session with Jas Boothe as she talks about the issues with purchasing inclusion, and why it simply doesn't work. She'll discuss why we need to instead deliver a message that toys are not equality problem solvers, and what the larger issue is — one that goes beyond a price tag. Changing the world requires us to promote real-life women as role models, instead of Barbie dolls.
MAJ Jas Boothe is a disabled Army Veteran, Cancer Survivor, Speaker, Author,
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