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Fashion Blog / Maasai Beading: Color & Symbolism [ infographic ] by COLOURlovers :: COLOURlovers

Fashion Blog / Maasai Beading: Color & Symbolism [ infographic ] by COLOURlovers :: COLOURlovers

Never new this - might need to read up on this.  Traditional African mud cloth symbols

Never new this - might need to read up on this. Traditional African mud cloth symbols

"Adinkra symbols character symbols. See too a pdf of many symbols at: http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/education/f/09textiles/adinkra_symbols.pdf"

"Adinkra symbols character symbols. See too a pdf of many symbols at: http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/education/f/09textiles/adinkra_symbols.pdf"

Come on now! Africa. African culture. Grace Jones 2016. Motherland. Beauty! Unique beauty. Bald. Bold. Mrs. Traci Young-Byron. SupaBlackgirl. Dancer. Choreographer. Added by TheChunkyDiva

Come on now! Africa. African culture. Grace Jones 2016. Motherland. Beauty! Unique beauty. Bald. Bold. Mrs. Traci Young-Byron. SupaBlackgirl. Dancer. Choreographer. Added by TheChunkyDiva

Part 2: 4. The word Niger comes from the latin word meaning "negros". Since Niger flows throughout the land of many nergros the Arabs decided to name it Niger.  http://www.flyabs.com/

Part 2: 4. The word Niger comes from the latin word meaning "negros". Since Niger flows throughout the land of many nergros the Arabs decided to name it Niger. http://www.flyabs.com/

Samburu woman profile - Kenya   By Eric Lafforgue   ::    The Samburu is closely related to the Maasai.

Samburu woman profile - Kenya By Eric Lafforgue :: The Samburu is closely related to the Maasai.

A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional                              beautiful and colorful kente apparel.   In many cases the use of Kente has a sacred intent. It may be used as a special gift item during such rites and ceremonies as child naming, puberty, graduation, marriage and soul-washing. It may also be used as a symbol of respect for the departed souls during burial rites and ancestral remembrance ceremonies.

A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional beautiful and colorful kente apparel. In many cases the use of Kente has a sacred intent. It may be used as a special gift item during such rites and ceremonies as child naming, puberty, graduation, marriage and soul-washing. It may also be used as a symbol of respect for the departed souls during burial rites and ancestral remembrance ceremonies.

stephycoffey:  African Vibe…

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stephycoffey: African Vibe…

Map of the continent of Africa made from fabric native to various countries on the continent

Map of the continent of Africa made from fabric native to various countries on the continent

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