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Kwanzaa Celebration



Posted at 9:30 PM December 16, 2013



DEDICATION
Peyton, this blog is dedicated to you.  
This is your page--designed especially for you.
Study, Learn, Play and Enjoy.
Kwanzaa may not be one of the holidays you
celebrate, but the knowledge of any subject is necessary because in the future, when people are talking about Kwanzaa, you will know and understand what they are talking about.

_______________________
Habari Gani? (kiswahili) Southern Africa
Kò Mã
(Mahwè) Nimba County, Liberia, West Africa
Means the same in both languages
Meaning: What's new? What's Happening?

Answer:  Kwanzaa is Here.

____________________________

Kwanzaa Celebration



How to Celebrate Kwanzaa (part 1 of 2)
 by United Black Community
With Courtesy from BlackTruthiness



The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa by Maia
Courtesy of Michael Blaze






KWANZAA SONG - Children's Song by the Learning Station



               Click here for Christmas and Kwanzaa Gifts.

                  Christmas & Kwanzaa Gifts



Click on the photo above or on the words below:
  Celebrating Kwanzaa

If you click on each photo in the gallery,
you will find a story behind each picture.

You must click on each picture two times.  The first time, the picture will be larger.  You must click on it again to find the information relating to that picture and to Kwanzaa.

Click here and see photos of the many and
diverse ways in which Kwanzaa is celebrated.

Celebrating Kwanzaa





NGUZO SABA


                ☟



    The seven principles


  


1. Umoja (Unity)  December 26
 

To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation and race. 


2.Kujichagulia (Self-Determination) December 27

To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves and speak for ourselves. 


3.Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) December 28
 

To build and maintain our community together and mak our brother's and sister's problems our problems and to solve them together.
 


4. Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) December 29

To build and maintain our own stores, shops and other businesses and to profit from them together.
 


5. Nia (Purpose) December 30
 

To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our
people to their traditional 
greatness. 


6. Kuumba (Creativity) December 31
 

To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and
beneficial than we
inherited it. 



7. Imani (Faith) January 1 

To believe with all our heart in our people, our parents,
our teachers, 
our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.




Places where you can find some information about Kwanzaa

1. The University of Sankore Press
2. Kwanzaa food
3. The Top 5 Kwanzaa Dishes
4. Kwanzaa Decorations
5. How to Decorate Your Home for Kwanzaa
6. Songs for Teaching - Kwanzaa
7. Kwanzaa Songs--Music for teaching the 7 nights of 
Kwanzaa Holiday.

8.

          Bendera          


                         
          Cup            Baluba-Kinar             Bendera               Mat


Corn                                                                     Kwanzaa  


YouTubes of Kwanzaa Songs and Information
These Youtubes are posted here with the intent to
Promote these black Artists. Contact the Artists directly.
 

Kwanzaa Songs Nia Purpose
Courtesy of Kwanzaamedia

Please visit kwanzaamedia.com and patronize that business.
click here.   KWANZAAMEDIA


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