The history of the corn husk doll dates back to Native American craftsmanship. These dolls were also made by enslaved African Americans. An enslaved child would not have had access to toys so corn husk dolls were popular.
Help us build a more inclusive Jewish community with a tax-deductible donation. With your support, we can continue to raise awareness about the diversity of Jewish identity and experience, and work toward a more racially-just society.