“Mammy Isn’t Me” commentary by GSU Student

Check out the insightful commentary on “Mammy” dolls at Social Shutter by Lindsey Claud, a junior at Georgia State University double majoring in Psychology and Sociology.

"Mammy Isn't Me" by Lindsey Claud

"Mammy Isn't Me" by GSU Student Lindsey Claud

Explore some other critiques of African-American imagery available from the University Library:

Social Shutter (edited by GSU sociology professor Deirdre Oakley, GSU sociology graduate student Chandra Ward, and photographer Angie Luvara) is an online “weekly venue for photo essays and single photos with extended captions about everyday social life.”  Submissions welcome!

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