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Transcript of Harley Smith
The Dinka have been fighting for as long as anyone can remember.
Black is people of Sudan
Green is islam, agriculture, and prosperity
Red is the struggle for freedom
The Dinka and the Nuer tribes roam around in Sudan.
White is peace
the Dinka tribe uses scarifacation initation of becoming a man. They have alot of meaning in them.
Women wear “tops” as a fashion and on special occasions. Also use “Hennas”, tattoos.
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The Dinka's don't use currency but trade goods such as foods, cattle, tools, and much more
In the next few years there should be some cities in their areas.