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Nia/Purpose: Fourth Day of Kwanzaa

December 29, 2012
Nia/Purpose: Fourth Day of Kwanzaa

HAPPY KWANZAA “A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture” Nia/Purpose: “Commitment, duty, and obligation to contribute to the morally serious purpose and noble goal, of nation building, i.e. , the quest to recover and restore the African American family, community, and people as a whole” Nia Theme: “Nation Building” Today is the fourth day...
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7 Principles of Kwanzaa: A Parenting Model

October 16, 2012
7 Principles of Kwanzaa: A Parenting Model

Continuing Series You hearers seers, imaginers, thinkers, remembers, you prophets call to communicate truths of the living way to a people fascinated unto death, you called to link memory with fore listening, to join the uncountable seasons of our flowing to unknown tomorrows more numerous, communicators doomed to pass on truths of our origins...
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Preparing for Kwanzaa 2011: Understanding the Conceptual Foundation of the Holiday

November 12, 2011
Preparing for Kwanzaa 2011: Understanding the Conceptual Foundation of the Holiday

Understanding the conceptual basis of Kwanzaa is essential to gaining the greatest benefits from the Kwanzaa celebration. The historical and conceptual roots of Kwanzaa are grounded in the agricultural celebration, The Festival of the New Year, in traditional African societies. The purpose of these was celebrations to: give thanks for the well-being and prosperity...
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