New Doll Open House Intake 3.11.17 
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Existing Black Doll Affair members, find your upcoming Black Doll Affairs on your dollhouse Meetup Calendar


In Brown vs. The Board of Education, the Supreme Court Case that desegregated U.S. schools, a Doll Test was conducted. In that Doll Test (scroll down for that video) and similar experiments conducted regularly since, black children identified the black doll as: bad, ugly and the one they least preferred. Founded in 2007,  by Dana "Mama Doll" Hill, The Black Doll Affair self-esteem movement is the solution created to change those results. To change the way black girls and women are perceived, and, more importantly, perceive themselves, join our movement by becoming a living Black Doll. The Black Doll Affair does not charge for membership fees. Just click the SHOP link and purchase your Black Doll Tee! Shop Tee (shirts) here

Mama Doll: "There are NO membership fees! Just pickup your Black Doll Public
Appearance Tee! Get your Tee (shirts) by clicking the "Shop" link above. Scroll down to learn more!"

What: a self-esteem movement for black women & girls. AKA: The Black Dolls.
Mission: Change the way black girls are perceived and perceive themselves.
Tool: The Black Doll - toy & living.
Supporters: Mattel Toys, Macy's Inc., Chocolate Me! & Mixed Me, our Brothas, Porcelain Dolls and fans like you!
How to board: NO membership fees; just get your Public Appearance Tee.

Who did that random act of kindness? The Black Dolls! Who's changing the world with philanthropy? The Black Dolls! Hence them receiving a Presidential Service Award from Barack Obama and their slogan, "We're Pretty...Philanthropic!" A Black Doll is a philanthropist that performs acts of kindness for all races of people and donates toy black dolls to black girls to lift their self-esteem. Hence, our slogan: "Be a Doll, give a doll!" Shop for your Tee (shirt) by clicking here.

Because of the below doll test video, Dana " Mama Doll " Hill started The Black Doll Affair self-esteem movement in 2007.
Rarely, do we sell dolls on this site. Selling dolls is not what we do.
Our mission is to change the way black girls are perceived, more importantly, perceive themselves.
As living Dolls and Brothas, that's what we call our supporters, here's how we accomplish our mission.
For little girls, we donate dolls in hopes of reminding them, that the doll that shares their skin color is bhuetiful, intrinsically.
For adult women, we act dolling in our communities, play well with each other and perform random acts of philanthropic kindness.
Caveat, our goal is to act dolling, not perfect. We're human. So please, don't try to turn us into your role models.
Caveat, our goal is to act dolling, not perfect. We're human. So please, don't try to turn us into your role models.
On our social networking sites, we showcase/reshare photos of the most bhuetiful dolls, those real and faux.
Usually, those dolls are NOT for sale, as they're more art valued at hundreds of dollars, than an affordable play-line doll like Barbie.
There is NO membership fee, just pickup a Black Doll Tee!
To join the movement and become a Doll, Click here for the BDA Store

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