Wisconsin Mother Has Perfect Response For That Racist “Black Doll” Video That Went Viral

January 5, 2016  |  

Response For That Racist %22Black Doll%22 Video

Over the weekend, we told you about the disturbing prank this woman played on two, little girls, the children, presumably her daughters.

In case you missed it, the woman instructs the girls to open a present from the aunt and uncle. When they find out it’s a Black doll inside, the eldest girl looks around confused while the younger one throws the box away from herself and immediately starts crying.

While any decent parent would take the doll and explain to her daughter that she appreciate any gift she receives and ask her why she’s so against having a Black doll, this mother bursted out laughing, like she was encouraging the behavior and the younger one’s disgust.

The video spread like wild fire. And apparently, the original poster didn’t take too kindly to the response because it has since been deleted.

But the impression it leaves is a lasting one.

And instead of being angry and going on about her life, this mother in Wisconsin, decided to counter that hate and negativity, with a more positive, loving message.

She posted the following video on her Facebook page.

The video was sweet but it’s Katie Nachman’s words below it, that really send the strongest message

Source: Facebook

Source: Facebook

Yaaassss Katie!

I love this post, not because we need White folks’ acceptance, approval or endorsement. I love the video and the words that follow it because Ms. Nachman gets it. She’s not rainbows and Skittles and kumbaya, looking at society through colorblind lenses. She understands the world is a different place for people of color. And instead of trying to ignore that unfortunate fact, she’s seeking to address it, from childhood, where it usually starts. Parents are the biggest influence in the life of children. They subsequently shape who their children will become, for better or worse. And these two girls in the video are fortunate to have someone who not only understands the injustices and racism in our society but who is also willing to fight against them.

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