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    National Diversity Launch 2014

    "It is not our diversity which divides us; it is not our ethnicity, or religion, or culture that divides us. Since we have achieved our freedom, there can only be one division among us: between those who cherish democracy, and those who do not"- Nelson Mandela

    The National Diversity Awards launch took place on July 16th at the Microsoft (key sponsor’s) offices in London. Jessica Huie was asked to attend as a guest having picked up an award for Color blind Cards contribution to diversity in Britain during the 2013 event.

    National Diversity Launch 2014
    Jessica Huie with Jessica Elliot at the National Diversity Awards Launch.






    Competition Time!

    National Diversity Awards



    Thank you to those of you who entered our July competition to win a Color blind card gift pack of your choice. We are pleased to announce the winner is:

    V. Shroeder, USA. Please email us to claim your prize!

    Our competition for August is the chance to win a personalised Color blind clock. We would love you to share your thoughts on why diverse greeting cards are important. You can email, tweet or post on Facebook. The winner will be picked at random on the 1st September.

    1 in 5 black children believe their skin colour will make it harder to be successful

    Research findings suggest that one in five black kids think their skin colour would make them less successful has been called “upsetting” by Oscar winning black director Steve McQueen.

    McQueen, who won an Oscar for his film 12 Years A Slave also told survey commissioners, BBC Newsround: “When I was at school myself there was this situation where black children were not deemed as intelligent or deemed to be able to go on to do anything of any real purpose. The circle has to be broken. It's upsetting to think that it hasn't.”

    Newsround commissioned a survey of 1,627 children aged eight to 14 from all ethnic backgrounds to find out about their aspirations and hopes for the future. The data, compiled by research agency Childwise, showed that 21% of black children surveyed felt their skin colour would make it harder to succeed in the future. Only two percent of white children and 13 percent of Asian children felt the same way.

    Not all of the findings were as sobering for the black community however, with data finding 9 out of 10 black children wanted to go to university, far more than white children. The next generation of black children may perceive success to be a challenge, but the fact their academic aspirations suggest they are willing to work toward success regardless, speaks volumes about the drive and determination, which is abundant within our community, even where there is hardship. If we can raise children who see challenge but roll up their sleeves to tackle it, then we are simultaneously equipping them for the obstacles and curve balls that life will inevitably serve us all.

    The Doll Test

    The Clark Doll test was conducted by Dr. Kenneth Clark and his wife Mamie Clark for her master's degree thesis. The study focused on stereotypes and children's self-perception in relation to their race. The results of Clark's study were used to prove that school segregation was distorting the minds of young black kids, causing them to internalise stereotypes and racism, to the point of making them hate themselves.

    In the experiment, Clark showed black children with ages ranging from 6 to 9, two dolls, one white and the other black.

    The researchers found that black children often chose to play with the white dolls more than the black ones. When the kids were asked to fill in a human figure with the color of their own skin, they frequently chose a lighter shade than their actual skin color. The children also gave the color 'white' positive attributes like good and pretty. On the contrary, 'black' was attributed to being bad and ugly.

    You can watch the video here.

    Color blind was born from the belief that all children should have role models that look like them. All children should see their potential for greatness reflected in the world around them. For those who question the need for greater diversity in the media and books this video is a heart-breaking reminder that what children see around them, can have a huge impact on their self-image and self esteem. All children should believe they are capable of anything. Images that reinforce this belief can only be a good thing no matter a child's race.

    We stock a large variety of multicultural cards for all occasions. All cards can be personalised and will be shipped within 24 hours. You can access our full range here.

    www.colorblindcards.com


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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN GREETING CARDS
   

  1. African American Roots Inc...
    We provide several custom designed wedding accessories and gifts.Products include, crowns, brooms, favors, runners, attire, household items all occasion cards invitations and art.

  2. Afro Card Company ...
    The Afro Card Company is Europe's leading publisher of black greeting cards. We are progressive and dynamic with a fresh approach to card publishing - creating vibrant, contemporary and stylish greeting cards for every occasion.

  3. Always with Love...
    One-of-a-kind invitations and announcements with exceptional customer service. We work with our clients to personalize their invitations and announcements to suit them the best – Always with Love … and never without!

  4. AnnieLeeGifts.com ...
    AnnieLeeGifts.com offers the largest selection of affordable Annie Lee Products.

  5. Artful Greetings...
    Artful Greetings offers Holiday, & All Occassion cards. We also offer Bookmarks, Note Pads and many other great gift items. Shop now for Holiday specials.

  6. Best Black Art Images...
    African American original fine art and Giclees.

  7. Black-Gifts ...
    African American art, greeting cards, calendars and gifts.

  8. Black History Postcards...
    Black History virtual digital egreetings, ecards and greeting cards from 1001 Postcards. And they're free!

  9. Black Legends Series ...
    The Black Legends Series is a greeting card and related product line designed to motivate and inspire people of all ages with insightful quotes from notable African Americans and artwork from Merletta J. Martin Gallery. A portion of all proceeds go to support art programs in schools."

  10. Body In Black...
    Premier designer, manufacturer, supplier of uniquely designed greeting cards, art prints and specialty products.

  11. Cards by Dr. Sharon ...
    A full line of beautifully designed greeting cards for every occassion. Additional products include wall calendars, refrigerator magnets, and ceramic mugs with more products being developed weekly. This unique line is home to several nationally recognized artists and there is simply no competition for our quality, diversity and unique line.

  12. CardsorBust.com...
    African American Greeting Cards - African American Gifts Online.

  13. Coffey Park Greetings ...
    We offer Urban Greeting Cards, Hip Hop Figurines, African American and Latin Stationery Products.

  14. Colorblind Cards...
    Colorblind Cards are an award winning photographic greeting card range. Beautiful images and memorable captions are combined to create unforgettable cards for all those special occasions in life.

  15. CowrieCards.com...
    CowrieCards.com is an online electronic greetings service, designed especially for black people. It's innovative, attractive, easy-to-navigate, affordable and offers what you've come to expect in a premium electronic greetings site.

  16. Cross & Crown ...
    Cross & Crown is an inspirational greeting card company and online store. Carrying greeting cards for both spiritual and general occasion including some holidays.

  17. Custom Made Publications...
    Specializing in unique one-of-a-kind book marks, party favors, flyers, family history books, brochures, and invitations for all occasions. Experienced in designing PowerPoint presentations, church programs, newsletters, etc.

  18. Decaturoots...
    Unique, distinctive African American greeting cards, stationary and art prints!

  19. Free eCards and Greetings at Greet2k.com...
    Offers free ecards for birthday, friendship, love, holidays, humor and more.

  20. Gooding Thoughts Inc....
    Online shopping for Afrocentric, African American paper and gift products made easy! African American greeting cards, invitations, Christmas & Kwanzaa items, gift wrap, journals, gifts and more.

  21. Good Hair Cards...
    Good hair cards celebrates the beauty of Black women and their trend-setting hairstyles.

  22. GreetingsnEcards.com...
    Send these Free Love Greetings, Birthday, Ecards, Friendship Ecards, Flowers & Gift Cards , Wedding, lovely ecards to your near and dear ones. All cards are free of cost.

  23. Hurls Art ...
    Online gallery of Frank Hurley's creative paintings, Greeting card designs & caricatures.

  24. Interracial Greeting Cards...
    Cards for a sizeable, growing but oft-ignored market: interracial & multi-cultural families. Interracial Greeting Cards offers vibrant and beautiful images that portray love in all it's grandeur. No matter your specific tribe; we all belong to the global village that is love and humanity.

  25. Jamgrams ...
    Jamgrams has the best hip-hop and R&B ecards! With top-notch animation and high-quality music, Jamgrams.com is great for all ages. No other site comes close...see for yourself!

  26. JW Greetings...
    Send a loved one a greeting card that reflects their or your black or dual hertiage culture. We strive to provide fresh, distintive and a modern range of Black greeting cards that can be embraced by the whole family. Designed with love - Inspired by life.

  27. Kinetic Cards & Gifts ...
    Authentic, earthy and stylish designs affirm a culture of pride. Kinetic Cards & Gifts reflect its fans through greeting cards, mugs, t-shirts and more that possess images positivity and diversity.

  28. LavenderPop Greeting Cards...
    Black greeting cards inclusive of the gay community. Our Birthday, Get Well, and Gettin' My Praise On cards appeal to straight friends as well. Buy 3 cards, get 4th Free.

  29. MSBGifts.com...
    African American gifts and Christmas store for Black collectibles, figurines, christmas greeting cards, angels, black santa claus, christmas ornaments, Kwanzaa.

  30. Noir A-Go Go...
    We were there: novelty postcards, bookmarks, and general gifts featuring African American Pinups and 50s housewives.

  31. NZinga African American Greeting Cards...
    Uniquely beautiful african american greeting cards for special occasions or just for that special someone. Why just give a card when you can give a memory?

  32. Painted Threads...
    Unique,one-of-a kind art cards created with colorful designer fabrics. Trimmed with metallic gold for a look of elegant simplicity. These cards speak to your heart and are perfect for framing, gift giving and long term display

  33. Reflections of "Us" Greeting Cards ...
    We offer stunning and unique ethnic greeting cards that depict wondrous positive real-life images of African- Americans. Browse our card gallery and buy a quality card that your loved ones can cherish for a lifetime. At ROU "We reflect the images you want to see, when looking for the words you want to say.

  34. Sourire Cards & Gifts for Creative People...
    A New York based company whose specialties include eclectic and ethnic greeting card gift ensembles.

  35. Stay Lifted...
    Stay Lifted creates and distributes multicultural stationery and gifts for retail and wholesale including greeting cards, invitations, stationery, journals, calendars, gift baskets and other personalized paper products.

  36. Tecards.com...
    Providing you with African American Christian greeting cards that include some of the historical expressions from the African American culture.

  37. The Afro Card Company...
    The Afro Card Company - Europe's leading publishers of afro greeting cards and afro prints.

  38. The Black Art Depot...
    African American Christmas Cards. Beautiful and Affordable Christmas Cards featuring African American images and Black Art. High Quality, HUGE Discounts!

  39. The Black Butterfly...
    The Black Butterfly is African-American owned specialty store that specializes in selling greeting cards, calendars and specialty gift items that showcase our rice culture, depicts our faces and our diverse backgrounds. Card for every occasion.

  40. The DynaSmiles® Stationery by DNT...
    Refreshingly delightful, trendy and chic party invitations, announcements and other stationery gifts featuring lovable characters drawn with the brightest of smiles.

  41. Zebra Lane Greek Stationery & Gifts ...
    Premium Sorority stationery, Christmas cards, baby shower cards, invitations, business cards, wall art and gifts

  42. 3BGifts.com ...
    The Bold Black and Beautiful Gift Shop.Online African American Products and Gifts Shopping Mall - Black Greeting Cards and Calendars



















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