Children of America Dolls

Years
From: 
2007
Still in Business?: 
Yes
Sales channels: 
Direct to customer - website
About the company: 

From the Facebook About page:

Founded in 2007, Children of America Dolls started with a mission to create a doll collection representative of each and every race. Each doll has its own unique name and comes with its own unique set of accessories, clothing, and personality profile. There is a doll to represent each race; African American, Caucasian American, Asian American, and Hispanic. Children of America Dolls are the perfect gift for anybody’s daughter, granddaughter, niece, or sister. Dolls can also be a beautiful addition to any adult doll collection.

Children of America Dolls was founded by Mary Eubanks, a former schoolteacher. As a schoolteacher, Mary understood the importance of cultural representation in adolescent girls maintaining strong identity and self-esteem. Children of America Dolls have been featured on hundreds of major news outlets including ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox affiliates. Mary Eubanks and the doll collection have also been featured in several online and print publications, including Mommy Katie, The Healthy Moms Magazine, San Diego Family, and Georgia Family.

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