Racist Black Rag Dolls Meant For Abuse Pulled From NJ Shelves

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Photo courtesy of State Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (Facebook).

A dollar store in New Jersey is under fire after selling Black rag dolls that encouraged people to slam the toy against a wall and take out their frustrations on it. The “Feel Better Dolls” were pulled from at least three stores following complaints from shoppers and a lawmaker. 

The racist dolls were made from black fabric and had red, green, black, and yellow yarn hair, with white eyes and a big smile. The “Feel Better Doll” featured directions in the front that instructed buyers to abuse the doll “whenever things don’t go well and you want to hit the wall and yell.” 

“Just grab it firmly by the legs and find a wall to slam the doll, and as you whack the ‘feel good doll’ do not forget to yell I FEEL GOOD, I FEEL GOOD,” the label on the…

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