1. Daisy halter from mossy boutique (one size)
2. American apparel sunflower print circle skirt (XS)
3. Mint blue vintage typewriter (good condition)
4. Polaroid camera (includes 5 shots)
5. American apparel black tie back dress (XS)
6. Faux leather dress from top shop (XS)
7. Cute white laced halter top (i dont know where is from, a friend gave it to me! XS)
- reblog as much as you like
- likes do not count
- but be following my tumblr: rabbitsduh.tumblr.com
- must be following my Instagram: @rabbitcries (message me your Instagram after so I can check that you follows)
- will announce winner on December 25th (Christmas Day)
- winner will be chosen by a generator so it’s fair and square
- time when the winner will be chosen will be released the day before the giveaway ends
- if you have any questions feel free to ask!- if the winner DOES NOT want to be announced on my blog please message me
xxxxxxxxxP.S: thank you to my friends Allison, and Violet for modelling for me c:
Gordon Parks, Dr. Kenneth B. Clark conducting the Doll Test, Harlem, New York, 1947
In the “doll test,” psychologists Kenneth and Mamie Clark used four plastic, diaper-clad dolls, identical except for color. They showed the dolls to black children between the ages of three and seven and asked them questions to determine racial perception and preference. Almost all of the children readily identified the race of the dolls. However, when asked which they preferred, the majority selected the white doll and attributed positive characteristics to it. The Clarks also gave the children outline drawings of a boy and girl and asked them to color the figures the same color as themselves. Many of the children with dark complexions colored the figures with a white or yellow crayon. The Clarks concluded that “prejudice, discrimination, and segregation” caused black children to develop a sense of inferiority and self-hatred. This photograph was taken by Gordon Parks for a 1947 issue of Ebony magazine. (via)
You want to know what is exceptionally fucked up?
The same study was replicated in 2008. Dark-skinned children still by far selected the white doll. Repeatedly.
Dr. Kenneth B. Clark - Panamanian
I doubt my followers will watch this video but I’ve seen this and come across multiple other similar research/studies that were done, all of which produce the same results. I recommend this to you all.
In this time of term papers I wanted to draw my patron deity, Bullshitticus, god of students and general last minute fudgery, sitting upon his Golden Futon, attended by the muses Caffeina and Thesaurae, whose powers of artificial energy and pretentious vocabulary can be invoked in case of the all-nighter.
I like to think he’s Dionysus’s second cousin or something.
This is genius…
all wise words from the sagest of the sage.