Barbie Ida B Wells Inspiring Women Doll Wearing Blue Dress & Newspaper Accessory
The Barbie Inspiring Women Series is a homage to the remarkable heroes of their day who broke norms, took risks, and paved the path for subsequent generations of girls to dream even larger than they had before. Ida B. Wells was born into slavery in 1862, yet she went on to become a pioneering writer and an outspoken champion for racial rights and women's suffrage despite this circumstance. She had the fortitude to write about the injustices that African-Americans face when she was co-owning and editing a newspaper in Memphis that she had helped create. In addition, Wells (who would later be known as Wells-Barnett) was a co-founder of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs as well as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Both of these organisations are still in existence today (NAACP). This collectable Barbie® doll respects Ida B. Wells' brave advocacy and outstanding achievements by being sculpted to look like her and by wearing a classic blue dress with lace accents. Included with the purchase is a doll stand as well as a Certificate of Authenticity. Doll cannot stand alone. There may be some variety in the colours and embellishments.
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- Size: 6.5 x 32.5 x 18 cm
- MPN: HCB80
- Weight: 375.0000 g