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Are the Academy Awards getting more diverse? We update our 2012 infographic and study on the diversity gap in the Academy Awards.

Are the Academy Awards getting more diverse? We update our 2012 infographic and study on the diversity gap in the Academy Awards.

Hollywood’s Diversity Gap Has Spawned An “Epidemic Of Invisibility” – Study

Hollywood’s Diversity Gap Has Spawned An “Epidemic Of Invisibility” – Study

A mother has made what is believed to be the world’s first Jamaican patois-speaking doll after struggling to find a toy that “encapsulated the Caribbean culture” for her young daughter. Toy firm Zuree — founded by Saffron Jackson, 38 — is behind the Toya doll, which has a dark skin tone, Afro hair and stands about 18in tall. Toya talks and tells children of her home country and culture in patois, an English-based Creole language with West African influences which is spoken in Jamaica.

A mother has made what is believed to be the world’s first Jamaican patois-speaking doll after struggling to find a toy that “encapsulated the Caribbean culture” for her young daughter. Toy firm Zuree — founded by Saffron Jackson, 38 — is behind the Toya doll, which has a dark skin tone, Afro hair and stands about 18in tall. Toya talks and tells children of her home country and culture in patois, an English-based Creole language with West African influences which is spoken in Jamaica.

A mother has made what is believed to be the world’s first Jamaican patois-speaking doll after struggling to find a toy that “encapsulated the Caribbean culture” for her young daughter. Toy firm Zuree — founded by Saffron Jackson, 38 — is behind the Toya doll, which has a dark skin tone, Afro hair and stands about 18in tall. Toya talks and tells children of her home country and culture in patois, an English-based Creole language with West African influences which is spoken in Jamaica.

A mother has made what is believed to be the world’s first Jamaican patois-speaking doll after struggling to find a toy that “encapsulated the Caribbean culture” for her young daughter. Toy firm Zuree — founded by Saffron Jackson, 38 — is behind the Toya doll, which has a dark skin tone, Afro hair and stands about 18in tall. Toya talks and tells children of her home country and culture in patois, an English-based Creole language with West African influences which is spoken in Jamaica.

Kids Who Love 'The Snowy Day' Are Getting An Early Holiday Present | The Huffington Post

Kids Who Love 'The Snowy Day' Are Getting An Early Holiday Present | The Huffington Post

NORWALK, Conn.— Norwalk public school officials will yank hundreds of social studies books from fourth grade classrooms across the district in January after a mother raised concerns over the book teaching her fourth grade daughter that slaves in Connecticut were cared for like family members.  “The portion of the textbook minimizes the impact and implications of slavery from the perspective of many constituents in the Norwalk community,” said Michael T. Conner, Chief Academic Officer for…

NORWALK, Conn.— Norwalk public school officials will yank hundreds of social studies books from fourth grade classrooms across the district in January after a mother raised concerns over the book teaching her fourth grade daughter that slaves in Connecticut were cared for like family members. “The portion of the textbook minimizes the impact and implications of slavery from the perspective of many constituents in the Norwalk community,” said Michael T. Conner, Chief Academic Officer for…

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