My personal letter to Barbie #Barbie60

I’ve been an unabashed fan of #Barbie since girlhood! Even as a little girl, I liked a woman (a doll? 😉) that advocated the belief that fabulosity and ambition were not mutually exclusive! I wouldn’t have described my gravitation as such back then ( I didn’t have the vocab yet 😂), but looking inward, even the majority of the women I enjoyed in popular culture … Continue reading My personal letter to Barbie #Barbie60

In Mansfield, Black Dolls Are A Journey to A Colorful & Hard Truth Past

  A considerable amount of Black history in America has taken place in Boston. It was where Phillis Wheatley, a West African native—who emigrated stateside because she was sold as a slave—became the first Black female poet published in the U.S. It was once home to Malcolm X, who lived in Roxbury with his sister Ella Little-Collins. The capital can claim bragging rights to being … Continue reading In Mansfield, Black Dolls Are A Journey to A Colorful & Hard Truth Past