Michelle's Barbie Doll Pages

"Ethnic" Dolls -- AFRICA
(not including northern Africa)

Dolls (and fashions) representing people from Africa and people of African-descent (African-Americans, etc.)

NICHELLEs:  Nichelle Nichols from Star Trek, Shani's friend Nichelle, and Generation Girl Nichelle
 



NICHELLE NICHOLS from Star Trek (Lt. Uhura)
Click here to go to my special Star Trek page just for Lt. Uhura.
 



Shani's friend NICHELLE
Mattel -- World of Beauty Nichelle (1991), Beach Dazzle Nichelle (1992), Beach Streak Nichelle (1993), Soul Train Nichelle (1994)

These Nichelle dolls use the Nichelle head mold, which was created in 1991.  Click here to go to my page for other dolls using the Nichelle head mold.



GENERATION GIRL NICHELLE

Mattel -- Generation Girl series -- Nichelle -- 1999

 
 

Mattel -- Generation Girl Dance Party series -- Nichelle -- 2000

Although Mattel has used the name Nichelle before, the new Generation Girl Nichelle uses the Asha head mold, not the old Nichelle head mold.  Click here to go to my page for dolls using the Asha head mold.
 



Click here to see dolls that are not named Nichelle but use the Nichelle head mold.



More African and African-American dolls can be found on my other Barbie doll web pages:
    Women of Valor
    Fantasy
    Mattel's Head Molds



Also take a look at THE EBONY WORLD OF BARBIE, created by CWash



Africa (not including northern Africa)
    The continent of Africa
    African-Americans and Jamaicans
    Black Barbie
    Christie doll
    Nikki doll
    Imani doll
    Shani line of dolls
    Asha line of dolls
    Nichelle dolls
    AA musicians and dancers
    Celebrities Brandy, Scary Spice
    Celebrities Diahann Carroll, Dorothy Dandridge, Diana Ross, etc.
    Celebrities -- Men
    Men (misc.)

Ethnic Dolls Index



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Last updated March 29, 2000