Kente: What's in a Name?
30.00 in HIGH x 18.00 in WIDE
(76.20 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom center reads, " UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History - Box 951549 - Los Angeles - California - 900095-1549 - USA - www.fmch.ucla.edu." Bottom left corner reads, "---Regents of the University of California." Bottom right corner reads, "Printed in Hong Kong."

Poster has a white background with yellow, red, green and black text. Poster displays photographs of 10 kente cloths with various designs. First column of cloths from the left: Nkyemfre Nhyenyehoo, Owia Repue, Oyokoman, Puduo or Kuduo. Second column of cloths: Nkyimkyim, Mmeeda, "Papa Nko Akyiri." Third column of cloths: Frempomaa Bonwire Hemaa, African Unity or African Freedom, Apremo. Top of the poster reads, "Kente/ What's in a Name?/ The Wealth of Asante Kente." A paragraph describing what the kente cloths mean follows the title. Bottom text of the poster reads, "The kente patterns illustrated above are details of cloths in the collections of the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History and the Newark Museum, collaborators in the exhibition/ Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity/ with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts."
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