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Kwanzaa Celebration 2009 (6)

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Lighting the Kinara at Kwanzaa

Lighting The Kwanzaa Kinara First Day of Kwanzaa On the first day of Kwanzaa the black candle is lit, representing the first principle o…

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Celebrating Kwanzaa

Celebrating Kwanzaa There is a traditionally established way of celebrating Kwanzaa. We should therefore observe these guidelines to make…

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Kwanzaa Mediation 2009

The Day of Meditation (Siku ya Taamuli) The last day of Kwanzaa is the first day of the new year, January 1. Historically this has been f…

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The Symbols of Kwanzaa

The Symbols of Kwanzaa Kwanzaa has seven basic symbols and two supplemental ones. Each represents values and concepts reflective of Africa…

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Kwanzaa 2009

What is Kwanzaa Kwanzaa is an African American and Pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community and culture. Celebrated from 26…

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THE N'GUZO SABA

THE N'GUZA SABA of KWANZAA Umoja (Unity) To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation and race. Kujichagulia (Self…

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