Category Archives: adinkra symbols

Why History?

During the past several weeks, board members of the Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project have found themselves frequently in conversations with people who suggest that we sustain a more formal educational component, something beyond this blog. One comment … Continue reading

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Adinkra Symbols

This month the project began soliciting post topics from board members and interested persons. There was a suggestion to explore the significance of adinkra symbols to the Akan, Ghanaians, and persons in the Diaspora. It seemed like an easy subject … Continue reading

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Logo Design

We have completed the logo design which incorporates three basic symbols that are familiar to most of us in the Diaspora: The Circle¬†which contains it all. It is, with this project, repaired. The vision of those involved in this undertaking … Continue reading

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