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Named after Yaa Asantewaa, an influential Ashanti Queen at the beginning of the twentieth century who remains a powerful symbol today.

 

A strong-willed woman who had the courage to stand by her convictions, throughout her life Yaa Asantewaa defended what she believed to be the sanctity of her land, culture and language. If need be, by fighting.

Yaa Asantewaa

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