On 'Black-ish,' Bow wanted to set a positive example for Diane by giving her a black role model in the form of a doll, but when offered only two black options amongst the hundreds of white dolls, Bow was less than enthused.
Sadie Crawford, the runaway slave who could "sort of" read was one of the options and Bow couldn't help but feel like a slave just wasn't really the role model she wanted for her daughter.
Why not choose from so many other unoppressed role models -- Josephine Baker, Dorothy Dandridge, Shonda Rhimes, Misty Copeland or Michelle Obama?
Ready to ensure that "Black Toys Matter, Bow staged a protest to speak for the dolls who could not speak. Things got a bit out of hand when one of the store workers caught on fire after deciding to stomp out the burning pile of dolls.
After the chaos had subsided, Bow decided, why give your daughter a doll at all, when instead you can give her the nunchucks she always wanted and just be the living role model she deserves.