#freebooks: Part II, Ruth E. Carter’s Coloring Pages

From ART | library deco:

The Academy Museum partnered with Academy Award®–winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter to debut her coloring illustrations. You are in a for a free treat! The pages are published weekly via the Academy Museum’s website and are free to download at your leisure. Download the second set released this week below by clicking on each image. Learn more about Artist and Costume Design extraordinaire, Ruth E. Carter, visit ruthecarter.com.

“Kuji is a very self-determined boy. He speaks out for himself with his bold colors and unique style that he has created all on his own. Kujichagulia means self-determination, this principle refers to defining, creating, and speaking for oneself.”
“She has a vibrant personality and shares a smile with her bright attitude. Imani means Faith, to believe with all our heart in people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.”
“Umoja loves to create and host big events. She has an awesome personality that can get along with anyone. She loves hosting parties when people of all ages can come together harmoniously. Umoja – to strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation and culture.”

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