Tag: black dolls

Black Doll History: The Doll Test

Once upon a time, in the 1940s, two doctors named Mamie and Kenneth Clark decided to…

Help Launch West Philly’s First Container Toy Store

“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I…

Pre Order Update: Inspiring Women Madam C.J. Walker Barbie Doll

Thank you for your preorder. We await notification that Mattel has released the Inspiring Women Madam…

Black Doll History: Marcus Mosiah Garvey

Marcus Mosiah Garvey: A Champion of Black Empowerment Born on August 17, 1887, Marcus Mosiah Garvey…

Black Doll History: Lenon “Aunt Len” Holder Hoyte

Aunt Len was Lenon Holder Hoyte, a retired public school art teacher who amassed one of…

Black Doll History: Richard Henry Boyd

The first black-owned doll company was founded in 1911 by a formerly enslaved man named Richard…

Making Progress

When I decided to embark on the Black Dolls Matter social media campaign just about seven…