Omera Productions Create Education Products That Promote Positive Representation of African Americans


Greensboro, NC, March 13, 2018 –(PR.com)– Imagine going into your local retail store with the intention to purchase a doll, book or even a t-shirt with a cute image and savvy quote for your child, but you realize that none of the merchandise has images that look like you.

When Dr. Kimberly Harper and Mrs. Robyn Abdusamad became mothers, they noticed a that big chain retail stores didn’t have a variety of African American books and toys that looked like their kids. “When I’d go shopping to buy a doll for my daughter, Naeemah, it was difficult to find a wide selection, and it was almost impossible to find action figures for my son. The dolls I would find were not displayed prominently or they were priced much higher than the white dolls. As I worked to build a library for…

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