HONORING THE ASIAN AMERICAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITY

Barbie believes in the power of representation and is committed to giving all kids the chance to see themselves in the dolls they play with and the stories they imagine. Increasing representation in our product, content, role models and marketing continues to be a top priority.

SPOTLIGHTING ASIAN ROLE MODELS

Anna May Wong

Through our global platform, we remain dedicated to honoring real-life female role models and amplifying their stories to inspire girls.

Our newest honoree is Anna May Wong, a prolific actress who is considered the first Chinese American Hollywood movie star. Frustrated with being typecast in stereotypical roles, she founded her own production company in 1924 and continued breaking barriers throughout her career. Sculpted to her likeness and wearing a red gown with a golden dragon design, this collectible Barbie doll honors a trailblazing icon.

JOIN BARBIE AND RENEE

Learn about the impacts Asian American and Pacific Islander Americans have made to our culture and history!

PARTNERING WITH ASIAN AMERICAN LEAD

Barbie is partnering with Asian American LEAD, a nonprofit that supports mentorship programming for underserved youth in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.

DEDICATING RESOURCES TO HELP SUPPORT GIRLS

We are committed to inspiring the limitless potential in every girl. Through The Barbie Dream Gap Project, a global mission, Barbie is dedicated to closing the gap by challenging gender stereotypes and helping undo the biases that hold girls back from reaching their full potential.

Learn more about The Barbie Dream Gap Project