RADICAL ROUTE ART CATALOG
The Origin of 'Radical'
Radical was first an adjective, borrowed in the 14th century from the Late Latin radicalis, itself from Latin radic-, radix, meaning "root."
And the earliest uses of radical are indeed all about literal roots, hinging on the meaning "of, relating to, or proceeding from a root."
ባለ ሀገር [Bale . Hager]
Language : Amharic; Origin : Ethiopia
Meaning : Having a Land (Mother Land), Having an origin. Used to describe the connection, interdependence and fusion between the people and the land through generations.
L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE
~ with unity comes strength.
Originated and inspired by the History of Haiti and the Haitian Code of Arms