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Africa | A Peul woman wearing traditional jewellery and 'African' amber beads in her hair.  Mali

Peul woman wearing traditional jewellery and 'African' amber beads in her hair.

fulani woman. mali

Portrait of a Peul woman wearing amber necklaces from Northern Mali Photo by Luca Gargano

Unity

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

MYTHODEA

Algeria-Taureg People called Africa’s Blue People of the Desert, young girl with traditional tattoos

Africa | Simbè Sankarè, from Sèvarè, Mali, is dressed in “bogolan” fabric, or “mud cloth” dyed with fermented mud. | ©Tom Debley

Simbè Sankarè, from Sèvarè, Mali, dressed in “bogolan/mud cloth” fabric, dyed with fermented mud.

Africa | A Fulani/Peul woman wears large gold earrings and necklace. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style. Mali | © Charles  Josette Lenars

A Fulani/Peul woman wears large gold earrings and necklace. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style.

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