DAILYKENN.com -- A black golliwog doll won first place at a farmers' event (similar to a county fair) in Australia.
Golliwog dolls were held dear by white children. They taught them to adore black people.
Nonetheless, the far left can't help but finding white racism in virtually everything; even dolls that honor black people.
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Outrage as a GOLLIWOG doll wins the 'Judges Choice Award' at the Royal Adelaide Show A black golliwog doll was awarded first prize at the 2017 Royal Adelaide Show It won the 'Judges Choice Award' in the Teddy Bear and Friends' craft category Golliwog dolls date back to 19th century and mimic African-American minstrels By Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia A black Golliwog doll has won first prize at Adelaide's annual agricultural show. Despite its racist connotations, the Royal Adelaide Show endorsed the 'Judges Choice Award' in the 'Teddy Bears and Friends' category. The prize for the handmade doll with fuzzy black hair was sponsored by a suburban community group called Bears and Friends, even though the design hails from an era when white people wore black make-up to mock African Americans.
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