"Every time I put it out there on social media there was always a long list of people wanting them. I can't actually keep up with demand at the moment," Munro said.
"There are so many people who want these dolls to give as presents and it's a reminder that our young girls are black and beautiful and that all the different shades of being black are all important."
As a child Munro’s mother always made sure she had a black doll and now she wants to ensure other young girls have one.
"When I was a young girl I was lucky to have a mother who understood the toxicity of being influenced by a Barbie that had an unrealistic body image.”