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Kwanzaa: The First Fruits Celebration- Nia Day

December 30, 2015
Kwanzaa: The First Fruits Celebration- Nia Day

  This is the fifth day of the Kwanzaa, Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation building and development of our families and communities.” The Family Ingathering Activity Today, the family and/or friends come together to discuss ways for the family, and/or friends and community can contribute to the noble purpose of nation-building. Nation-building,...
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Kwanzaa The First Fruits Celebration Ujima Day

December 28, 2015
Kwanzaa The First Fruits Celebration Ujima Day

Today is the third day of Kwanzaa, a celebration of the principle Ujima, Collective Work and Responsibility: “The mutual responsibility to care for and assist each other in times of need, and to support each other’s aspirations and life’s goals. The Ingathering  On Ujima Day, the family ingathering centers on mutual aid and responsibility...
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Time To Take Stock: Kwanzaa Midyear Assessment

June 12, 2014
Time To Take Stock: Kwanzaa Midyear Assessment

  Midyear Kwanzaa Assessment Six months out from Kwanzaa (December 26, 2014), its time to take inventory of what has been accomplished relative to the Seven Principles. This is a time for the family to come together and to evaluate the progress of family members in achieving their Kwanzaa commitments. For children and youth,...
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Motivating and Shaping Behavior to Honor Kwanzaa Commitments

November 15, 2012

The overarching purpose of Kwanzaa commitments is to aid in the social and ethical development of children and adults. Inasmuch as Kwanzaa commitments are to be honored and observed throughout the year, they should be thoughtful and made with an eye toward personal, family, and community advancement. Being motivated to honor these commitments over...
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Kwanzaa First Quarter Assessment: Time To Take Inventory

March 30, 2011
Kwanzaa First Quarter Assessment: Time To Take Inventory

Kwanzaa was created to introduce and reinforce seven guiding principles for building and restoring healthy and nurturing families and strong and supportive communities. As values which guide our thought and practice, it is paramount that we practice these principles daily. At the end of the year, December – January 1, we take assessment of...
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