9-year-old Brookfield girl launches “I Don’t Want To Be A Princess”

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MILWAUKEE -- A recent study by Brigham Young University found girls who buy into the culture of Disney princesses may end up limiting their futures. This research has launched a Brookfield company into the national spotlight. Katrina Cravy recently got to play with the nine-year-old girl who started it all because she said, "I don't want to be a princess."

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