Barbie Signature. Inspiring Women Series Rosa Parks Collector Doll. The Inspiring Women Series pays tribute to incredible heroines of their time. Rosa Louise Parks worked as a seamstress and dedicated activist leading up to December 1, 1955. When she refused an order to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus, Mrs. Parks’ act of defiance became the catalyst for the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Rosa Parks’ quiet strength played a notable role in the civil rights movement. Hailed as “the Mother of the Modern Civil Rights Movement,” Rosa Parks earned worldwide recognition and numerous awards including the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal of Honor. Celebrate Rosa Parks and her impact on the civil rights movement with this Inspiring Women Series Rosa Parks Barbie doll. This offer includes a doll stand, Certificate of Authenticity and a doll the wearing fashion and accessories. Colors and decorations may vary. Dimensions (Overall): 13 inches (H) x 7 inches (W) x 3.38 inches (D) THIS DOLL CAN NOT STAND ALONE. TO AVOID MISUNDERSTANDINGS IF YOU HAVE AN QUESTIONS OR NEED ADDITION INFORMATON PLEASE CONTACT US BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR PURCHASE. TO PURCHASE OTHER ITEMS CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW OTHER ITEMS CLICK ON THE PICTURES LINKS BELOW. Details of PurchaseMost Items Are Shipped USPS Priority Mail Any watermarks shown on preview thumbnail will be removed prior to shipment, Paypal Only Shipment will be completed 24 to 48 hours after payment has been cleared TERMS OF AUCTION WE SHIP PRIORITY MAIL PAYPAL ONLY Payment should be made within 3 business days after close of auction, unless other arrangements are made before you place your bid. To avoid misunderstandings if you have any questions or need additional information please contact us before you make your purchase.
Barbie Signature Inspiring Women Rosa Parks Collector Doll African American
Barbie Signature. Inspiring Women Series Rosa Parks Collector Doll. The Inspiring Women Series pays tribute to incredible heroines of their time. Rosa Louise Parks worked as a seamstress and dedicated