3-year-old Samara is a princess.
A few months ago, an Aboriginal mom named Rachel Muir took her daughter Samara to a Disney themed event in Melbourne. Samara, like nearly every other little girl her age, is a huge Frozen fan and wore her Elsa costume accordingly. While they were standing on line, the family ahead of them questioned Samara's right to pretend to be an imaginary cartoon because of the color of her skin. Muir described the scene to The Courier at the time:
“The lady in front of us turned around to Samara and said 'I don't know why you're dressed up for because Queen Elsa isn't black.' I asked the woman what she meant by the comment and then one of the woman's young daughters screwed up her face, she pointed at Samara and said 'you're black and black is ugly.' I looked around the line and there were little girls of all different races lining up dressed as their favorite Disney characters. We were in Melbourne, one of the most multicultural places in the world. I couldn't believe it.”