Mpatapo Adinkra Ghana Style Akan Culture Man Woman T-shirt
Originating from the Gyaman people of the Ivory Coast and later adopted by the Akan people, adinkra symbols are images originally printed on cloth worn by royals to important occasions.The mpatapo symbol is translated as the "pacification knot", symbolizing pacification, forgiveness, and reconciliation after conflict. When two enemies agree to make peace, the mpatapo is the bond that obliges them to conduct their reconciliation peacefully. Adinkra symbols are today used extensively in Ghana and beyond to reinforce African cultural values. Show your love of African culture when you rock this premium t-shirt, only from Black Dominion. 🇬🇭
\n.: 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)\n.: Medium fabric (6.0 oz/yd² (203 g/m²))\n.: Classic fit\n.: Tear-away label\n.: Runs bigger than usual
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