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The Sankofa Center for African Dance and Culture
Each child's apron features a "memory braid," a braid of fabric sewn by the seamstresses in memory of their children who have died from AIDS. An African proverb appearing in the fabric pattern means "A single tree cannot stand strong alone." Avaliable fabrics vary.
About The Sankofa Center for African Dance and Culture, Ghana
The Sankofa Center is a charity working to educate youths and adults about HIV/AIDS through music and dance, as well as provide free HIV/AIDS counseling and testing. All products support the programs and help fund the purchase of life-saving anti-retro viral drugs.
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