Kids, come hear the spider stories told by the Ashanti people of Ghana. Anansi is no ordinary spider, but a trickster, who sometimes wears clothes or has a human face and is very cunning and able to often turn the table on his powerful oppressors. These stories told by Anansi originated from African oral tradition and since have travelled across several continents and throughout time enriching the lives of all who share these stories.
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Celebrate African American Heritage with Anansi, the Spider Stories:
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