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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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Nia Day

December 30, 2014
Nia Day

Happy Kwanzaa  “A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture” Nia Day  Today is the fifth day of Kwanzaa, a celebration of the Kwanzaa principle Nia/Purpose. 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...
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Kwanzaa: The Nia/Purpose Principle

December 8, 2012
Kwanzaa: The Nia/Purpose Principle

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” Kwanzaa was created to introduce and reinforce the 7 Principles and reinforced the bonds of family and community. ...
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Nia/Purpose: Day Five of Kwanzaa

December 29, 2010
Nia/Purpose: Day Five of Kwanzaa

A Celebration of Family, Community and the Common Good Purpose/Nia To commit ourselves to the glorious duty of restoring our families, our neighborhoods, and our people to their historical greatness Perspective on Purpose The Kwanzaa principle purpose imposes a duty on our family and community members a commitment to make our families and neighborhoods...
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Kwanzaa: 2010 Teachers Curriculum- Purpose Principle

December 9, 2010
Kwanzaa: 2010 Teachers Curriculum- Purpose Principle

A Note to Teachers on How Kwanzaa Can Be Used for All Students to Improve Academic and School Performance Kwanzaa was created in 1966 to introduce and reinforce 7 guiding principles which were viewed as essential to healthy personal, family, school, and neighborhood development. Observed with fidelity, Kwanzaa can be a value added holiday,...
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Fifth Day of Kwanzaa:Purpose/Nia Day

December 30, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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