Help Meagan Good Support Her Story Doll Toys! We just got wind of some of the most adorable dolls we have ever seen. There’s just one problem… funding. Nevertheless, Meagan is coming to rescue and she would like your support too.
Too Cute! Help Meagan Good Support Her Story Doll Toys
Meagan wrote a very spirited and heartfelt message to her fans regarding why black dolls are necessary. She hit the nail right on the head and even talked about the importance of black entrepreneurs. Good said:
“This is among the first images I saw when I became obsessed with The Queen Dolly Lama’s gorgeous custom artwork. Just the manifestation of seeing beautiful, intricate and unique dolls that represent us made my heart smile. I wish there were more that looked like me when I was a child growing up.
Please join me and support The Queen Dolly Lama’s vision of her new doll line Her Story Doll. There’s only days left to reach the target goal! This is something IMPORTANT and SO VERY NEEDED for young girls. Something that everyone can contribute to, that not only will help in building self-esteem and creativity in our girls but will also help jump start a black business in North America. It will have this empowering product be made available globally, as it is said to be needed and wanted.
If supporters contributed or choose to pre-order dolls, together as a supportive collective they can hit their goal. [Join in] before the campaign deadline and help get Her Story Doll into the first run of production and available to girls all over. Any contribution of support helps! I hope you’ll support this needed vision. I know I will be!”
Support Her Story Doll Toys
Like Meagan we also have become quite obsessed with Her Story Doll. Each 18″ could make all the difference in one little girls life. Click here to get more info and show your support!
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