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Paper, water, flour and salt: Sacramento artist teaches girls, women how to make Mexican dolls

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Thanks to the hit movie “Barbie,” dolls are everywhere right now. But not everyone looks like the dolls they see on the shelf. One artist in California said that’s why she learned how to make a different kind of doll. Dolls have often been associated as a symbol of perfection. But “Lupita” dolls, originating from Central Mexico, are anything but. Lupita artist Ramona Garcia was born in Central Mexico. The daughter of farmworkers moved to Sacrame…

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