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March 27:

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Br. Christopher Torrijas

Richard Johnson – Adinkra Symbols

Compiled by Brother Richard Johnson, CSC

 Click on each symbol to read its name and meaning 

 

 

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For a Cultural Reference visit:

ADINKRA – Cultural Symbols of the Asante people
Compiled by: Valentina A. Tetteh
http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/education/f/09textiles/adinkra_symbols.pdf


If at times you have a marked preference for certain people, it should be for the poorest, the most abandoned, the most ignorant, the least gifted by nature. (Christian Education)

Thoughts for Each Day fromBasile Moreau, CSC
Compiled by
Brother Joel Giallanza, CSC