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In the 1970s and ’80s, Sasha Dolls, created by Swiss artist Sasha Morgenthaler, included black dolls in the line. Photo by Debbie Behan Garrett. ; http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/black-is-beautiful-why-black-dolls-matter/

In the and Sasha Dolls, created by Swiss artist Sasha Morgenthaler, included black dolls in the line. Photo by Debbie Behan Garrett.

Three artist dolls: Rashahn and Lil Bitty Kayla by Lorna Miller-Sands; and doll with painted cloth face by Rita Williams at Crafty Sisters. Photo by Debbie Behan Garrett.

Paper dolls of Aunt Jemima and her family were printed on pancake mix boxes starting in 1895.

Paper dolls of Aunt Jemima and her family were printed on pancake mix boxes starting in

Black Doll Museum Bringing Culture and History to Mansfield - Around Town - Mansfield, MA Patch

Black Doll Museum Bringing Culture and History to Mansfield

- Mansfield, MA - Celeste Cottons shares the story of the National Black Doll Museum in Mansfield.

Starting in 1968, Shindana Toy Company, a project out of Operation Bootstrap, made dolls like Malaika, with black facial features and Swahili names.

Starting in Shindana Toy Company, a project out of Operation Bootstrap, made dolls like Malaika, with black facial features and Swahili names.

These Afro Dolls are perfect gifts for the Princesses Created by international model the dolls come in different shades of brown with a variety of hair curls, coils and textures.

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