10 Black Dolls From Around the World That Promote Self-Love in Black Girls

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Positively Perfect Dolls — United States

Created by Lisa Williams, a former college professor who is now the chief executive officer of World of Entertainment, Publishing and Inspiration, these dolls are sold in more than 3,000 stores. Positively Perfect Dolls represent a very wide variety of skin tones and hair textures, showing the diversity of the Black race.

 

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Queens of Africa Dolls — Nigeria

The three primary dolls of the Queens of Africa Dolls collection symbolize the three largest ethnic groups in Nigeria: the Hausa, the Igbo and the Yoruba. Each doll also comes with an informational pamphlet discussing the ethnic group it represents. The originators of the doll collection aim to empower young Nigerian girls and other children of African descent.

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