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Kwanzaa; Our Culture & Why We Celebrate It Every Year

THE FOCUS OF KWANZAA Annual Kwanzaa observances serve to reinforce manifesting the principles of Kwanzaa, as a way of life, on a daily basis - by reflecting on the past, in order to understand the present and plan for the future. Kwanzaa centers around seven (7) principles, with particular emphasis on the social, political, economic and cultural needs of Black people. The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa are called the Nguzo Saba, which represent the living practices which helped and inspired our…

THE FOCUS OF KWANZAA Annual Kwanzaa observances serve to reinforce manifesting the principles of Kwanzaa, as a way of life, on a daily basis - by reflecting on the past, in order to understand the present and plan for the future. Kwanzaa centers around seven (7) principles, with particular emphasis on the social, political, economic and cultural needs of Black people. The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa are called the Nguzo Saba, which represent the living practices which helped and inspired our…

Kwanzaa Kinara with Candles Be ready to celebrate Kwanzaa with this beautiful Kinara and 7 candles 3 red, 3 green and 1 Black.  Light one each day to represent the 7 Principles of Kwanzaa Other

Kwanzaa Kinara with Candles Be ready to celebrate Kwanzaa with this beautiful Kinara and 7 candles 3 red, 3 green and 1 Black. Light one each day to represent the 7 Principles of Kwanzaa Other

K w a n z a a.  K w a n z a a.  Today you are going to learn:  The purpose of Kwanzaa  The colors of Kwanzaa  What “Kwanzaa” means in Swahili  At least 5 countries of Africa  The 7 basic symbols of Kwanzaa  The 7 principles of Kwanzaa.  K w a n z a a.  Kwanzaa means “the first fruit” in Swahili.

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K w a n z a a. K w a n z a a. Today you are going to learn: The purpose of Kwanzaa The colors of Kwanzaa What “Kwanzaa” means in Swahili At least 5 countries of Africa The 7 basic symbols of Kwanzaa The 7 principles of Kwanzaa. K w a n z a a. Kwanzaa means “the first fruit” in Swahili.

The year 2012 will see the 46th annual Kwanzaa, the African American holiday celebrated from December 26 to January 1. It is estimated that some 18 million African Americans take part in Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa is not a religious holiday, nor is it meant to replace Christmas. It was created by Dr. Maulana "Ron" Karenga, a professor of Black Studies, in 1966.

The year 2012 will see the 46th annual Kwanzaa, the African American holiday celebrated from December 26 to January 1. It is estimated that some 18 million African Americans take part in Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa is not a religious holiday, nor is it meant to replace Christmas. It was created by Dr. Maulana "Ron" Karenga, a professor of Black Studies, in 1966.

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