COVID-19 PSA From BDA Publicist Karen Grey
"Get vaccinated. Get it for yourself, your family and those around you." - K.G.
As Seen On Social Media (ASOSM): Pictured above, looking more like their sibling, Kansas Ambassadoll Nikol with her two bhuetiful sons, Caleb and Evan. Caleb (left) turned 29 over the weekend. It's official BLACK don't crack! Happy Birthday, Caleb!
As pictued L to R: Lisa "Kittles" Kitchens & Dana "Mama Doll" Hill
Once upon a time a Black Doll wished upon a dream to come back to her. To my Dana Doll, Ambossadoll and dear friend, Lisa (aka Kittles), on the morning kickoff of a dream come true, I'm sending heartfelt congratulations! It's not my news to tell, so that ain't why I called. I called this morning because I wanted to let her know that I am SO happy for her! When dreams pass so many of us by like Blacks trying to catch a cab in New York, at a time when most people are living life in quiet desperation, as so many wonder if lady luck forget their number this morning my dear friend is experiencing joy! So Kittles, ENJOY! All my love, all my excitement for this journey back to the future. Wish upon a star, Dolls. Xo, Dane-Dane.  
Pictured Above: Mama Doll with a phenomenal woman, Black Doll Judith Ashley. Video Credit: Procter & Gamble "Widen the Screen" on Black Life
Hello, Black Doll family! Happy International Women's Month to hue! This month for "Yo! Black Doll Style" in Ms. Heel magazine's bridal issue (see below), I carved out time to chat with a woman who has been a part of my life since I was a Baby Doll, Honorary Black Doll Christine Union. My mama's bestie and Gabrielle's stepmom, Christine and I talked about childhood, girlhood, womanhood and sisterhood. From immediate and blended family chats to how to keep your superpowers as a single-lady, wife, mother and significant other. Carve out some time to read our conversation at But, first, keep reading to get your Black Mail from Ellen Doll! - XoXo, Mama Doll
The Black Doll Affair Doll News!
Hey Dolls, Doll Brothas and Porcelain Pals! Here's news hue can use from me, Ellen, your "Black Mail" AmBossadoll!
Let's take the time to spotlight the accomplishments of my picks for a few Badass women!
Dana "Mama Doll" Hill
Dana Hill (pictured above), known to many as Mama Doll, founder of The Black Doll Affair had a vision to change the way Black women and Black girls are perceived...more importantly perceive themselves. This movement has taken on a life of its own by empowering women and girls to love the girl in the mirror. Kudos to Dana and The Black Doll Affair for leading the way with love. I am proud of Dana's vision and the many amazing accomplishments of The Black Doll Affair.
Stacey Abrams
Stacey Abrams (pictured above) is the first African American woman in the United States nominated by a majority party to run for governor and the first African American woman to deliver a response to the State of the Union address. Ms. Abrams served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 2007 to 2017, is a lawyer, author and voting rights activist who founded Fair Fight Action which is an organization created to address voter suppression. Ms. Abrams is widely credited with boosting Georgia's voter turnout in the 2020 presidential election was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts in the 2020 election. Ms. Abrams has authored books and published articles on nonprofit organizations, taxation and public policy. She is an award-winning author of several romantic suspense novels under her pen name Selena Montgomery.
Roz Brewer
Roz Brewer (pictured above) is Walgreens Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the only African American woman leading a Fortune 500 company in 2021. She is a former Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Starbucks and is credited with helping grow the Starbucks rewards program and pushed for more diversity. Mrs. Brewer held a leadership role at Sam's Club where she is credited with increasing membership and improving the chain's merchandise offering.
Mrs. Brewer has a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Spelman College and has stated that she's excited to innovate the healthcare industry at Walgreens, especially as the company combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Desiree' LaMarr-Murphy
Desiree' LaMarr-Murphy (pictured above) used her experience of being food insecure while in school to inspire her to further her education to became a special needs teacher and to help others that experience food insecurity. She connected with an organization called Philabundance and started multiple pantries, including Murphy's Markets in area Elementary schools. Mrs. LaMarr-Murphy also distributes food from her 'she shed' at her private home. Her private pantry is believed to be the only pantry within the Philadelphia are located in a private home.
Q&A with Mrs. Christine
Pictured Below: Gabrielle, Sylvester and Christine Union
"If beauty is hard to define, black beauty is rocket science! Beauty can’t be defined. It certainly can’t be placed in a box. Some advertising campaigns would have hue believe that black women are not the standard for beauty… and YET prototypes of our genetic body parts are being sold in record numbers. From the island tan to the bee stung lip, to injections at the cheek and hip, don’t believe the hype that you’re of bargain basement value. Doll, you’re a Goddess, genetically engineering a multimillion dollar b’huety industry! Black beauty, like any designer knockoff, has often upstaged fashion’s status quo and created trends that ignite unexpected brands and inspired iconic phrases...such as Black Doll!"
- Dana 'Mama Doll' Hill 
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Bored in the the Dollhouse Bored?
Mama Doll recently gave an update on what's taking place in the Dollhouse. In her FB video, she reiterates how BDA is operating in the times of COVID.
Check out the video below.
“It’s frustrating to realize we’re taught to be humble in a way that men are not.”― Stacey Abrams