"Queens of Africa have been a popular doll maker amongst young Nigerian girls. But in 2014, they outsold Mattel, the makers of Barbie ... specialise in Barbie-like dolls that reflect the African race. But what sets them further apart is how they aren't just another 'black girl doll', but embrace the aesthetic diversity within the black community, which is typically umbrella'd under one generic look ...founded back in 2007" (2016). Via Queen of Africa N.A.
censoredyetburning: 234 Nigerian girls were kidnapped by an extremist group called the boko haram this month. Few have escaped, the majority have not. Please spread the word to create an international outcry because our government isn’t doing enough.
Zuriel Oduwole, a ten-year-old Nigerian girl Zuriel Oduwole has made history as the youngest person ever to be interviewed in Forbes, the global iconic magazine title.The interview with the award-winning documentary film maker, conference speaker and writ