What a Doll Tells Us About Race

With a black first family and fewer people citing racism as a "big problem," just how much have the country's race relations changed? It's a question "Good Morning America" posed in its three-part series "Black and White Now," which takes a look at the current state of race relations. In Part 1, "GMA" recreated a famous doll experiment, which gave insight into race relations and the self-esteem of children. The Original Experiment In the 1940s, the nation was captivated by an...Full Story
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