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Dolls[ edit ] The My Scene series of dolls was first introduced in the fall season of , before the Diva Starz , to compete with the Bratz dolls. Barbie, Madison, and Chelsea, with different ethnicities and personalities, and 2 extra fashions for each character. The characters except Barbie were named after different locations in New York City. More dolls were eventually added to the series, starting with in with Nolee, and three male characters, Bryant, River, and Hudson. Delancey and Ellis premiered in the "Hanging Out" line, which debuted in late
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These changes garnered the attention of Americans including Atlanta University graduates who, upon leaving the all-Black institution of higher learning established in , settled in cities and towns throughout the country. Horace Bumstead, second president of Atlanta University , discussing the role that school alumni played in establishing the Atlanta University Conference on the Negro Problem, said: From these [graduates] information [came] to the faculty and trustees of the University from time to time that led them to believe there exist[ed] a great need for a systematic and thorough investigation into the conditions of living among the Negro population of cities.
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