The Back Story: The History Of The 10 Most Popular Anti-Black Images

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Charbonnet Doll Collection

From its inception, the Jim Crow Museum had dolls, mostly Mammy, Tom, and Pickaninny versions. In 2010, Marc Charbonnet, a prominent interior designer in New York, donated a collection of dolls to the Museum, including some that defame African Africans and some that exalt them and celebrate African American culture.

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  • Jonathanwest June 24, 2019 - 12:41 pm Reply

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