Kente cloth is one of the most striking images to emerge from the growing Afrocentric movement. Wearing kente stoles (long robe, scarf-like garment worn over a graduation robe) at graduation has become a tradition at prominent black colleges such as Howard University, Morehouse, Hampton and Spellman in Atlanta. The kente cloth stole represents the graduates’ pride in their African heritage. This practice is also very popular with historically black Greek letter fraternities and sororities. Kente is also present at Sunday church services too. Walk into the First African Methodist Episcopal Church and you will see kente stoles draped on the shoulders of its ministers.