A 9-year-old fashion designer who creates clothes for her dolls has captured the attention of Mattel.
TiffanyJ created Super Beauty Dolls as an avenue to empower girls to be comfortable in their own skin.
Zoe Terry, 11, founded the non-profit Zoe’s Dolls as an avenue to encourage Black girls to have a positive self-image.
Yelitsa Jean-Charles launched Healthy Roots Dolls to encourage Black girls to embrace their natural hair.
American Girl debuts its first Black “Girl of the Year” doll. The company seeks to diversify its popular line.
American Girl has emerged as one of the top businesses of its sort, selling millions of its beloved dolls and…
So excited to honor @Zendaya with a one-of-a-kind doll as she encourages girls to Raise Their Voices and to #BeSuper!…
A Georgia Toys “R” Us is under fire for pricing a Black doll much higher than the white version of…
COLORADO – A Colorado state regulation that requires day care centers to provide at least three different races of dolls…
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