Isn't It Time We Address the Gap in Multicultural Toys and Books? This Mom Says Yes

Less than a year ago my daughter Zola, who is now 5 years old, began asking a lot of questions about her physical appearance, comparing herself to many of the characters she sees and enjoys in books, toys, and on TV, such as Snow White with her skin like snow or Elsa and her long, blonde Rapunzel-like hair. 
November 13, 2015 by Georgia Lobban

New Online Marketplace Features Products That Represent Minority and Multicultural Children

Georgia Lobban created Little Proud Kid understanding this necessity first hand when her daughter began asking questions about why she looked different. When unable to find many books or dolls that looked like her and when other parents with children of multicultural descent overwhelming felt the same frustration, she decided to make a genuine change.