Ghana Style Motherland Coffee Tea Mug Marcus Garvey African Liberation Gift for Black King Queen

Ghana Style Motherland Coffee Tea Mug Marcus Garvey African Liberation Gift for Black King Queen


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The Ghanaian national flag is comprised of horizontal triband of red, gold, and green, being adopted on the independence of Ghana on March 6, 1957. Designed by Theodosia Okoh, a revered Ghanaian artist, the flag includes the Ethiopian Pan-African colors of red, gold and green, an acknowledgement of Ethiopia's special place as the Motherland of African and human civilization. The great prophet of Black liberation, the honorable Marcus Garvey had a profound influence upon the first President, Kwame Nkrumah. This is reflected by the Black five point Star, representing the Black man and woman, King and Queen. Our Ghana style Motherland Coffee Tea mug makes a great gift for that special King or Queen in your life. Only from your family at BlackDominion! 🇬🇭

.\n.: White ceramic\n.: 11 oz (0.33 l)\n.: Rounded corners\n.: C-handle\n.: Lead and BPA-free

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