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Traveller Kate tribe

On my travels around the globe, I have found it is the people I meet that make the moments memorable. These are their stories. This is my tribe.

Nkonsonkonson is the Adinkra symbol of unity and human relations. Meaning “Chain Link”, it is a reminder to contribute to the community, that in unity lies strength. This is the sign of mutual responsibility in which, however, neither party has to surrender his or her individuality.  It also represents cooperation.

I found this a fitting symbol for TravellerKateTribe.


Adinkra are visual symbols, originally created by the Akan of Ghana and the Gyaman of Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa that represent concepts or original thoughts. Adinkra are used on fabric, walls, in pottery, woodcarvings and logos. Fabric adinkra are often made by woodcut sign writing as well as screen printing. They also can be used to communicate evocative messages that represent parts of their life or those around them.