Petition to Make Lego Minifigures More Diverse

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Katie McDonnell
6 years ago
I'm signing because this is important, I have 2 multi-racial kids who enjoy seeing dolls and toys and tv characters hat look like them, just like me and my blonde babies growing up. Over 9 million Americans identified themselves as multiracial in the last census. It is the fastest-growing race. Any toy company or television show wanting to continue successfully in the U.S. should be progressive enough to include multiracial children/people and mixed families.
-K. McDonnell

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Barbara Rose
6 years ago
want to find brown skinned legos characters for my grandchildren

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R M Guay
6 years ago
I'm a counselor working with families of all ethnicities. My colleagues and I would buy MANY more Lego supplies if we could purchase multicultural figures, and community figures reflecting gender equality

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Kerri Redding
7 years ago
It would be really nice to have a variety of Lego people that more closely represents the people on earth. The characters can have the same expressions as the current generic lego people- just make them in a variety of shades- a variety of shades of brown, some more pale, some more brown. They all have removeable hair so we can mix and match people to be whomever.

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Debra Sabah Press
7 years ago
I am raising two small children and I want to reinforce their sense that we come in all shapes and colors and that each of us is unique while sharing a common humanity.

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Joel Campos
7 years ago
I am not an adult but I think using the same color over and over again will slowly take away our interest.

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Alfred Long III
7 years ago
My daughter and don-in- law are biracial.

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Osaze Timothy
7 years ago
It is important to recognize the racial diversity and dominate dark skin colors of the Earth.

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Marilyn Alameda
7 years ago
it's important for children to accept People who different why not start with toys i am a whiteskin puerto rican and i had a black doll as a gift it was my favorite doll and i still remember her. i grew up in harlem and was accepted and my mom babysat for a lillt black baby and a dominican boy. My ex and I have a group of friends that has a mixture of culture marriages and children and i loved being friends with the international advisor in college i met people from all over the world and in Hra i worked with co-workers of all five languages we serve that came from different places.

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Jennifer Kidd
7 years ago
We need to be more deliberate in the messages we send to our children. Showing a pluralistic society in toys and books will help our children recognize and appreciate diversity.