AMAZEworks' ten Persona Dolls lined up in two rows


AMAZEworks Persona Dolls are friends who enter children’s learning environments to support and nurture their development of empathy and understanding.

Jennifer Goggleye and her family have been creating Persona Dolls with AMAZEworks for seven years. Click here to read about how Persona Dolls have helped to deepen their relationships as a family.

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Do I belong here?

When we walk into a room, we automatically assess the environment to see if we belong. Will I be seen for all of who I am? Will my voice be heard? Will my contributions be valued? Will I be treated with respect and equity?

AMAZEworks supports healthy identities, respect across differences, and connected communities by creating the conditions for belonging and equity in schools, communities, and organizations.

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AMAZEworks is thrilled to highlight Marcee Mackbee Harris this month. We have been honored to have Marcee’s experience, insight, skills, and

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Sewing with Love

Last week I sat in the AMAZEworks office stuffing persona dolls. AMAZEworks does not order our dolls from someone else.

New at AMAZEworks!

AMAZEworks Elementary Curriculum
NEWLY UPDATED!

Each grade-level set comes with 20 carefully curated picture books as well as two printed curriculum guides. For options and pricing: info@amazeworks.org or 651-493-8702.

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Navigate difficult conversations on Race, Racism, and Discrimination for children ages 3-12 and adolescents 11 and older.
NEW! Persona Doll Stories in Response to COVID-19

Persona dolls help children understand and discuss feelings, relationships, and life events.
Two new stories!

PRIDE Resources
For ages 3 and up

Introducing TWO new book sets to celebrate PRIDE.

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