Traditional fabric from Accra, Ghana brought to you by traveler Karen Duca.
"This fabric is a traditional Ghanaian design that you will often find used in garments of all types for both adults and kids. [In Ghana,] every fabric has a story. [This story is called the] Fiazi kpi menye ledi o. The stool (representing the king or leader) is not meant for any one person. Don't be a tyrant and don't get power drunk. Be ready to step down when your time is over. The stool is royalty and rule, and the different colors represent different people who can rule and who bring different skills to the office." —Karen Duca
1 of 26
- Limited Edition: Only 26 made. Be 1 of 26.
- Made in USA
- Fits a 17" laptop
- Passport pocket inside
Karen Duca: Karen has spent several years in Ghana…first as a teacher, then as a professor, and now returning with USAID. She has be’Ghana to really understand the local culture—from learning the local dance, to reading up on local history. She enjoys getting an inside look at a new perspective of life and lives for that feeling of seeing something she has never seen before!
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