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  • Santa's handing out dolls to Children in Ivory Coast.

  • On this year, they'll look a little bit mawr like them.

  • That's the hope of Sarah Coulibaly, CEO of Naima Dole's, a company that creates dark skin dolls on toys focused on African culture.

  • No way.

  • What we wish for today is to give Children the future generation, that toaster allow them to make the right choices.

  • So from that point of view, I'm not telling anyone what to decide.

  • I just want them to become conscious of the fact that I am beautiful.

  • My culture is beautiful, my identity is rich, and from that standpoint, I hope they will make fully conscious decisions.

  • The dolls are named after different regions in Ivory Coast, and Coulibaly says she draws inspiration from people.

  • She has met the company just five years old, employees around 20 young women.

  • They've been scrambling to make enough products by Christmas to satisfy eager customers.

  • E have to travel, and I wanted to give to black dolls to two little white girls as a Christmas present.

  • That's why I came to have a look at these black dolls because I think they're different on.

  • I think they will really like them because they're different.

  • Holly Bolly currently produces are $150,000 per year.

  • The dolls are now manufactured in China and Spain, though she hopes to open a factory in Ivory Coast in the next few years to satisfy rising demand.

Santa's handing out dolls to Children in Ivory Coast.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/25
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