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Pan Africa Flag

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The Pan-African flag with three horizontal stripes of red, black, and green.
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Celebrate all African peoples and their descendants with our Pan African flags! This design, also known as the Afro American flag and Black Liberation flag, represents unity between all African people living on the continent and in the diaspora. 

Outdoor Pan Africa Flag

This flag is made from nylon and constructed with extra stitching to create a durable, fray-resistant banner. This material is also quick-drying and fade-resistant, minimizing damage from weather elements and ensuring the colors stay vibrant for longer. Equipped with a canvas header and brass grommets, this flag attaches quickly to any of our outdoor flagpoles.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching to prevent fraying
  • Canvas header
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Pan Africa Flag

If you plan on displaying this flag indoors, consider getting it trimmed with gold fringe. This option is particularly well suited for ceremonies and formal usage, though it can also be used privately. The indoor flag includes a pole sleeve for use with an indoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching to prevent fraying
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: These flags are not meant for outdoor use or hanging on walls.

History & Meaning of the Pan Africa Flag

The Pan Africa flag was first adopted on August 13, 1920,  by the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL), a group dedicated to improving the lives of African and African-descended people worldwide. The design was created by Marcus Garvey, founder of the UNIA-ACL, who was born in Jamaica and lived in the US for over a decade. 

Today the Pan Africa flag is a widely-used symbol of Black solidarity and unity. Each color has a specific meaning: Red is for the bloodshed in the quest for Black liberation, black is for the Black people the flag is meant to represent, and green is for the vegetation and natural resources of the African continent.

The design of this flag has inspired several African nations to create similar national symbols, often using the same colors. In addition to the African diaspora abroad, the countries that fall within Pan-Africanism include:

Algeria Guinea Sierra Leone
Angola Guinea Bissau Somalia
Benin Kenya South Africa
Botswana Lesotho Sudan
Burkina Faso Liberia Swaziland
Burundi Libya Tanzania
Cameroon Madagascar Togo
Cape Verde Malawi Tunisia
Central African Republic Mali Uganda
Chad Mauritania Zambia
Congo Mauritius Zimbabwe
Djibouti Mozambique  
Egypt Namibia  
Equatorial Guinea Niger  
Ethiopia Nigeria  
Gabon Rwanda  
The Gambia Sahrawi Republic  
Ghana Senegal