The Confidence To Be You

The journey to truly loving and accepting yourself can be a road filled with bumps, pits and potholes.  The quest to accept you for whom you really are can often be made harder by the people that love you the most.  Let me make the picture clear. Take my Zoe.  She’s a natural head girl.  … Read more

My Image Is Beautiful!

Hello Dolls, Imagine this:  A mocha skinned toned girl, full lips, brown beaming eyes framed by bushy black eyebrows, plump high cheek bones, with an angelic round face.  Her features are bold yet beautiful; familiar yet unexplored.   The top of her dome is covered with with a mixture of thick, luscious, kinky curls forming the … Read more

White House Youth Film Festival Submission, January 2015

Spreading Joy One Doll at a Time Published on Jan 30, 2015 Third grader Zoe Terry started Zoe’s Dolls when she was just six years old, convinced that “little brown girls in need would be happy with their own little brown dolls.” Her non-profit organization has grown and even has a partnership now with Toys … Read more

Miami Herald Local News, December 2014

Zoe’s Dolls was featured on the front of the Local section, above the fold of The Miami Herald Newspaper. Direct link to the article is here. Zoe’s Dolls Delivers Toys and Smiles to Toddlers Laughter and squeals of excitement filled a day care center in Miami Gardens on Monday after another successful donation of baby … Read more

Welcome To Doll Talk

Welcome to Doll Talk.  This is our first ever blog post.  We are so exited about this site.  What can you expect—everything about our lives as Black girls.  We are powerful, we are beautiful and we are different by design. Now keep in mind I am 8 years old so I will need help from … Read more