Why African braiding is now part of Disney’s ‘Disneyland’ shop

A large section of the park is dedicated to African-style weaving.

There are also small kiosks offering braiding tools, including a basket of cotton thread, and a large basket of thread that will stretch over time.

It’s a fitting nod to the African-American population, as well as the Disney theme park itself.

“It’s the only place in the world where African-Americans can actually be braided together,” said Lisa Zabala, a staff member at the park.

Disney is not the only company to bring African-inspired craft into the parks.

The park also features a large section called the “African Museum” where people can buy handmade items made by African-descended families, such as baskets of beads and beads with African names and names of African leaders.

Zabala said African-themed merchandise is popular because African-America people love it.

In addition to its theme park, Disney has its own “Africa” store that sells merchandise from local African vendors and African artisans.

A similar shop called “Disneyland’s African Museum” is also located in Tomorrowland, and it sells items such as jewelry, scarves and scarves with African designs.

Another African-designed merchandise store in Tomorrowlands is called the African Artisan Shop, which sells items made from local beads and cotton.

There are also more than 30 other African-branded shops in the parks that sell everything from African crafts to traditional African clothing.

But the African fabric used to make many of these items is still not widely available in the United States, and so African-made items are often only found at Disney theme parks.

In fact, African-flavoured products are often harder to find at stores like Walmart.

In fact, one of the biggest challenges to the development of African-styled products in the U.S. is that African-featured products have been largely unavailable in the country for several years.

The development of these products was part of the rationale for the U,S.

Government’s $50 billion African Development Fund.

The DDF has provided funding for several projects to promote African-focused business practices in African countries, including developing African-friendly products, creating more training programs for local staff, and offering a variety of support services to local businesses.

But it has been unable to provide a similar level of funding to the U-S.

as it did to the continent.

At the same time, African clothing is now more popular in the African nations, and Disney has opened several African-related stores.

Even though Disney has yet to provide the U.-S.

with the same level of African product diversity, it is trying.

The company has made several visits to the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia to promote the use of African products in its stores.

Disney also recently launched a new store in Australia called “Africans & African”, where the African American staff are trained to help African-customers create African-esque products.