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Mamie Phipps Clark, a social psychologist, conducted studies on racial identification, self-esteem, and child development. In one particular study, she and her husband showed 3-7-year-old African American children dolls that were identical in many ways, except for their skin color. They then asked them a series of questions, which identified racial preference and perception. The social research was submitted as hard evidence in the Brown v. Board of Education case in 1951, creating a historical moment. Help shatter the ongoing racial biases in this world by spreading Mamie Phipps Clark’s groundbreaking study!
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