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Kwanzaa Symbol: Corn/Muhindi

December 13, 2012
Kwanzaa Symbol: Corn/Muhindi

Kwanzaa symbols make up the “Kwanzaa Set” and are essential to the Kwanzaa celebration. Kwanzaa symbols reinforce the values, concepts and themes of the Kwanzaa holiday. The symbols also are instructive, furnishing lessons and narratives which can serve as powerful illustrations in support of an enriched social, moral and intellectual development. Symbol Four: Corn/Muhindi-...
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Parenting Through the Kwanzaa Framework

October 17, 2012
Parenting Through the Kwanzaa Framework

Continuing Series Kwanzaa places a premium and priority on the value of children. The Kwanzaa symbol Corn/Muhindi represents children. All families regardless of whether they have children place ears of corn on the Kwanzaa “Mat” in recognition that everyone is responsible for the care, welfare, and development of children. The African American community-based parenting...
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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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7 Principles of Kwanzaa: A Parenting Model

October 15, 2012

Part One Parents of all races and nationalities are crying out for help. Parenting classes have grown exponentially. Parents in too many instances have lost control of their children and are at the mercy of the child welfare or juvenile justice system.  The profile of American children suggests that something is terribly wrong. More...
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