Red, Black and Green Flag Washi Tape
Our Red Black and Green Liberation Flag Washi tape is perfect for all of your Black History Month, Kwanzaa and Black Culture craft, scrapbooking and journaling activities!
Size: 15mm x 10m
The Pan-African flag was created in 1920 by Marcus Garvey to represent people of the African Diaspora and to symbolize black liberation in the United States. As flags symbolize the union of governance, people, and territory, this flag was created to give Black people in America and the world over a symbol that unifies the Diaspora
This tri-color flag consists of three equal horizontal bands colored Red, Black, and Green.
The inspiration for growing our Black culture stationery accessories started with launching our Red, Black & Green washi tape. Culture shouldn’t be restricted to 28 days…and we’re more than animal print.
🟥: the blood that unites all people of Black African ancestry, and shed for liberation;
⬛️: for the people whose existence as a nation, though not a nation-state, is affirmed by the existence of the flag;
🟩: the abundant and vibrant natural wealth of Africa, the Motherland.
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Colors may vary from screen display.
Washi tape is semi-transparent, and will, look different depending on the surface it’s applied to.