January 2, 2020

All things gender may emerge as the ‘theme’ for 2020. For example, one South American country just declared a national emergency due to gender-based violence and U.S. politicians are grappling with gender bias when it comes to childcare issues; Yet, some things are striving to be more inclusive. Toys may be the first frontier to break those barriers; On another ‘note’, 2020 brings a welcome surprise. This is the year that after 95 years of exclusivity, once copy-righted works are released in the public domain…Go beyond the headlines.

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