*“I can remember one time she literally came home in tears. She went to all these stores and she couldn’t find dolls that really represented our little girls,” Trent Daniels, a businessman from Houston, Texas revealed as he talked about what inspired him to create a line of ethnic-looking dollbabies for his girls and yours.
Daniels was further shocked when he did his own research. He noticed the stores had hundreds of different white dolls; but when it came to ethnic dolls, there was only a scattering and the quality was poor.
This dad found that so unacceptable he decided to do something about it. In 2011 he created “The One World Doll Project” line – an assemblage of high quality dolls of diverse ethnic persuasions such as African American, African native, Asian (and south Asian), and Hispanic. And to further demonstrate the differences within the races, he made sure his dolls reflected real-life variations.
Read more and watch NewsOne host Roland Martin speak with the creators of The One World Doll Project at EURThisNthat.