Like words composing complex thoughts, the colors and patterns of Ghana’s kente cloth work together to symbolize intricate ideas. The vibrantly-colored fabric not only tells of Ghana’s history; these textiles have evolved throughout the 20thCentury to serve as a symbol of pan-African identity.
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