The National Black Doll Museum of History and Culture
Located at 288 North Main St. Mansfield Mass, 02048
Hours of operation: Thursday -Monday
9-12 Pm By apt for Groups
General Admission 12-5PM
Evenings by appointment
The Mission of the Doll E Daze project is three fold to nurture
self –esteem, promote cultural diversity, to preserve the history of
black dolls through collecting and education.
The Goals: are to create a non threatening environment to facilitate
true dialogues on cultural differences, to empower individuals by
cultivating artistic and creative skills thus nurturing one’s self-
esteem and to provide cultural education using visual stimulation of
artifacts of African American history and culture.
" Mothers! Give your children dolls that look like them to play with and cuddle. They will learn as they grow older to love and care for their own children and not neglect them." Marcus Garvey
WANTED: DOLL HOUSE 5,000sq FT.
This unique cultural and educational facility will be the second museum in the nation dedicated to preserving the history of black dolls. It is the brainchild of sisters Debra Britt and Felicia Walker .. They established the non profit organization in 2006 with several objectives in mind: