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Dana Mama Doll Hill, BDA Founder

A Public Service Announcement to black girls from the Founder of The Black Doll Affair: "With beautiful women like J-Lo & Kim K. getting the credit for your God-given big booty and the ever-stunning Angelina Jolie for your naturally big lips, some advertising campaigns prefer to put out a message that the naturally beautiful features of black women aren't fueling a multi-billion dollar beauty industry. Yet prototypes of our genetic body parts are being sold in record numbers! From the Brazilian butt lift to the island tan, the bee stung lip to injections at the cheek and hip, don’t believe the hype! Doll, since you're not getting credit where credit is due, remember that your features are valued and valuable! Like any designer knockoff, black beauty has often upstaged fashion’s status quo, created trends that ignite unexpected brands and inspiring iconic phrases, such as "The Black Doll Affair" and "The Black Dolls!" - Dana "Mama Doll" Hill. Join the Black Doll Affair. Become a Black Doll at: - The Black Doll Affair, reminding black girls of their beauty since 2007.

OK, so let's just get "it" out of the way. It's one of the most frequently asked questions on the playground, "How old is Dana "Mama Doll" Hill?" She was born in 1971. Do the math.

DETERMINED to change the way black girls are perceived and perceive themselves, she's their beloved Mama Doll! And like any Mama, she's serious about her babies playing well with others! Way over the stereotypical cat fight of which some black girls love to involve themselves and the television cameras love to capture, her role on the Black Doll Affair playground is to remind a black girl of her beauty - inside & out! Leading black women to a b'huetiful vision of hue, she will pull a Doll off the playground for being "ugly" towards others. With love as her intention, she has devoted her life to the MISSION of The Black Doll Affair and extends an OPPORTUNITY to black girls as a Black Doll, living rolemodolls. If it's your goal to become the BEST person hue can be, like most of her Dolls, you'll love her! If you're not ready for Mama Doll's love offering - you're not ready for The Black Doll Affair!

Declared a "Woman to Watch,” by Palm Beach Illustrated Magazine, her college classmates gave her the title "Most Likely to give Oprah a run for her money! If you've ever been in the presence of this alluring woman, you'll realize what everyone else has; she's an unstoppable energy that pushes beyond the status quo to break new ground!

She's been the subject of magazine and newspaper interviews, seen on yellow cabs and when a life-size billboard of her went up at 52nd and Broadway, she created quite a buzz in Times Square. Sports fans have heard her on the airwaves of ESPN Radio and countless others have witnessed her PR & Event production magic for legendary stars like Dan Marino and Ronald McDonald!

Her illustrious career has lead to success as a securer of corporate sponsorships, a spokes model, newspaper journalist, TV and radio broadcaster, marketer, event producer and publicist! After being dubbed, "Queen of Events" and enjoying the title of, "One of the most creative marketing minds around," she left her post at her South Florida publicity firm {Hill Girl, Inc.} and moved to Atlanta. Today, Dana Hill is a PR, Marketing and Event Consultant and founder of The Black Doll Affair™, a project that allows her to make the world a better place!

In response to the new ‘doll test’, in 2007, Dana created the Black Doll Affair™. The Black Doll Affair™ is a social network of beautiful black women who donate black dolls to black girls at Christmas. The philanthropic women of the Black Doll Affair™ are referred to as "The Black Dolls™." The Black Dolls™ are volunteers of all ages and sizes - some are fashion models, while others are role models. By donating beautiful black dolls, all hope their efforts will increase the self-esteem of black girls and remind them of their beauty.

Mama Doll Shares the BDA Story with an incoming group Dolls, new to The Black Doll Affair - *Please note, some rules and regulations have changed since this video.

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