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ETHNIC BABY DOLL ANGELS

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Cherub Hallow Ethnic Angels

Having fun with dolls

Who knew that I would go back to dolls again, and learning how to sew in an age that I am retiring?  Not I.

However, this is turning out to be fun and  good therapy for me.


All who know me very well could understand why spiritual dolls are playing a part in this endeavor, and they also know I love humor.  


I have always love reading the bible, learning about heaven and especially about angels. Just as most people read to learn about Creation, I am interested in African spirituality as a whole. 


I did not start out making angels.  I began by making Afrocentric designs on dolls that represented parts of our population that were not being represented. The "Black Panther doll babies" were my first. Then I realized I had never seen an "African doll baby angel" either.  So the question I asked myself, and yes I talk to myself, is, "Why haven't I seen an African baby doll angel?'  So, I said to myself, "Why don't you make one yourself?  And then I answered myself and said to myself, "I'll do just that"!


Someone may find the dolls or something on this site offensive, but that is not my intentions.

  • Representation is my objective.  

HUE-MOR-US

      It's  important to laugh sometimes

Calling On My African Ancestors

Eshu/Elegba(The Orisa Who Open The Doors)

Conversation with Esu

Dissecting 'The Legacy France Colonization'

Colonialism in my Ancestral Motherland (Africa)

EU Scramble For Africa

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African Union (AU)

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France colonization

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December 12 Movement

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Zimbabwe

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U.S. Sanctions

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