(c) 1996 Columbus Knox
Our KOTC logo represents historical and contemporary
aspects of African American traditional symbols:
Centered is our Griot/Storyteller
Top center to right:
The wise Elder, Anansi, Ashanti Stool, Aesop, (Rabbit & Turtle), Africa on African American red, green & black flag, warrior Shaka Zulu, Ankh: Egyptian symbol of Life, Kinara: candleholder of the seven principals of Kwanzaa, a Youth reading, Cow Tail Switch (Nigerian Royal whisk), Djembe Drum makes the gathering call. Surrounding our Griot (storyteller) is the hour glass in the never ending circle of timeless African and American storytelling.
Asante sana to a gifted artist, Bro. Knox, may he Rest In Peace.
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AYA the Adinkra symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
The fern is a hardy plant that can grow in difficult places.
"An individual who wears this symbol suggests that he has endured
many adversities and outlasted much difficulty."
(Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary)
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Asante Sana! Thank you!
KEEPERS OF THE CULTURE, INC.
Philadelphia's Afrocentric Storytelling Group
"Telling Our Story, Claiming Our Glory"
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