Known for her courage and resistance, The Assata, our first and most popular pattern,  is named for Assata Shakur who was an iconic figure in the Black Liberation Movement. The symbols depict unity, intricately woven together like tree branches supporting one another as this piece explores the story of one of the world’s most wanted political activists. Using five Bògòlanfini symbols that provide an introduction to the Malian traditions and moral code, this richly detail Shakur’s life and thought.

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