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Mende Sowei Mask, Sierra Leone, West Africa Featured Sierra Leone Print

Mende Sowei Mask, Sierra Leone, West Africa

Women of the female-only secret society (Sande) of Western Africa used these carved, wooden, masks for initiation ceremonies, marking a woman's transition from child to adulthood. During these important occasions a high-ranking member of the society, known as the?ndoli jowei?- the?sowei?who dances would wear the mask on top of her head, with her body covered in a black raffia costume. Accompanied by music, dancing and singing she would appear in public and is viewed as both a physical manifestation of the spirit of the Sande Society and as an embodiment of its powerful medicines. TRURI : 1500.138

© RIC, photographer Mike Searle

Goderich Beach, Sierra Leone Featured Sierra Leone Print

Goderich Beach, Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone, Goderich Beach. People crowd on to the beach when the fishing boats return from sea. In 1982 the beach was a busy fishing village, it has now become a modern tourist resort Date: circa 1982

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

1980s, 1982, 80s, Africa, African, Beach, Boats, Circa, Coast, Crowd, Eighties, Fante, Fishing, Ghana, Goderich, Infants, Leone, Naked, Palm, Palms, People, Playing, Sand, Sands, Sea, Sierra, Trees, West

Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters) Featured Sierra Leone Print

Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters)

Sierra Leone - Gbangbama Devils (Native Jesters). Sierra Leone has a rich cultural history, with a strong presence of traditional local mascots, who (to this day) appear in the form of devils. These devils are often highly decorated and represent an important part of local traditional culture and society. Date: circa 1920s