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Jun 19, 2013
Kids Items that Celebrate Inclusion, Diversity for Juneteenth
Held June 19, this annual holiday marks the end of slavery in Texas in 1865. Tune children into its lasting message with these toys, books and more.
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For all the little girls who idolize Barbie, here's an educational use for the doll. Teach your daughter about different cultures the easy way with Barbies from all over the world. Their apparel and accessories set them apart from other Barbies! If she needs help choosing one, the dolls' main website offers a brief rundown of the plastic girls and their countries using an interactive map. Buy one for $24.99 from Mattel's site (recommended ages 6-plus).