Despite being born into slavery in 1862, Ida B. Wells became a pioneering journalist, activist, and co-owner and editor of a Memphis newspaper where her outspokenness about injustice made vast contributions to the racial and gender equality movements that would impact generations to come. Now you can celebrate this incredible heroine with this gorgeous doll from the Inspiring Women line!
This 11.5" doll is fully articulated and sculpted to Wells' likeness; she wears a blue dress with a high collar, as depicted in one photograph of Wells. A scale copy of the Memphis Free Speech newspaper is the perfect accessory. This set, perfect for both play and display, comes with the doll and outfit, the newspaper, a doll stand, and a certificate of authenticity.
|Recommended Age||6 and up|
|Dimensions||12.8 Inches x 2.36 Inches x 7.09 Inches|
|Series Name||Inspiring Women Barbies|