Designing a Kente Cloth for the Black Snowman The Kente Cloth is an Asante ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom. It is made from threads of different colors. The weaver may use red, green, yellow and black threads to weave the strips of cloth. The cloth is worn during very important social and religious occasions. Many variations of Kente are woven by various ethnic groups in Ghana and elsewhere in Africa.
Planet Tolerance Historical and modern day images often contain hidden messages about us, about others and about our world. These subtle lessons lie just beneath the surface. In order to see them, we must replace passive consumption of images with critical analysis.