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There have been a number of research experiments to assess the affects of brain washing done on Afrikan Americans children to hate themselves. One of the most notable was the 1940’s experiment of Dr’s. Kenneth and Mamie Clark, using dolls to study attitudes about race. They found that Black children often preferred to play with white dolls than black. This was viewed as evidence of internalized racism caused by stigmatization. A more recent experiment in 2005 was conducted by a young high student by the name of Kiri Davis. Her experiment rendered the same outcome.

But could a similar experiment be created for young white girls?
It appears that white women, with the pleasure of white men in the field of fashion and cosmetics, created a standard for what beauty is for white women. Evidence for this phenomenon is demonstrated by the projection and display of white, blue eyed, blond hair women as the pinnacle of natural beauty. A Nordic look that is remnant of the Viking era.

If young white children with brunette hair were put in the position of selecting between a blond and brunette, which would they pick?
We know there are many white women who dye their hair blond because of what it symbolizes; presence, wealth, beauty, etc. “Blonds have more fun”. Often times Blonds are depicted as mindless airheads, but still heralded by white men as the purist of the Arian race. Are white girls who are not naturally blond sensitive to the recognition given to someone with “golden, lighter, yellow hair?
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