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Kwanzaa; Our Culture & Why We Celebrate It Every Year

The seven principles of Kwanzaa, or Nguzo Saba (originally Nguzu Saba) are the seven principles of African Heritage celebrated each day.

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Happy Kwanzaa everyone! Kwanzaa is a cultural, communal and communitarian celebration formed and founded by Dr. Maulana Karenga based on seven principles which could catalytically bring liberation.

Ma-aT. Black Children TV Drama and Nguzo Saba Value System | RBG Communiversity: Message 2 Da Grassroots

Ma-aT. Black Children TV Drama and Nguzo Saba Value System

Kwanzaa Symbols: Seven Candles/ Mishuuma Saba, Flag/Bendera, and 7 Principle Poster/Nguzo Saba Poster

Students can give this wreath as a gift decoration for Kwanzaa. Each night of the celebration, they can read a principle and its description from the wreath. #teaching #lessonplans #crafts

Scrap Owl Says: Would be cute as a page for Kwanzaa, Christmas, or Hanukkah. Students can give this wreath as a gift decoration for Kwanzaa. Each night of the celebration, they can read a principle and its description from the wreath.

The Seven Nights of Kwanzaa: During the last week of December, gather friends and family to enjoy traditional cultural dishes and passed-down stories of the rich history of Kwanzaa. Each night focuses on one of the central principles of Kwanzaa: unity, self-determination, collective work, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.

A Colorful Kwanzaa Celebration

Kwanzaa T-shirt by Samuel Sheats on Redbubble listing the 7 basic principles of Kwanzaa. "Habari Gani?" is the traditional Swahili greeting during Kwanzaa that means, "What's the news?". #kwanzaa #africanamerican

Kwanzaa apparel and merchandise by Samuel Sheats on Redbubble listing the 7 basic principles of Kwanzaa." is the traditional Swahili greeting during Kwanzaa that means, "What's the news? Kwanzaa runs from Dececember 26 to January

Community Post: The 7 Principles Of Kwanzaa Portrayed By Bears - http://www.gigglefinger.com/community-post-the-7-principles-of-kwanzaa-portrayed-by-bears/

Community Post: The 7 Principles Of Kwanzaa Portrayed By Bears - http://www.gigglefinger.com/community-post-the-7-principles-of-kwanzaa-portrayed-by-bears/

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Ujima: The 3rd Day of Kwanzaa (December 28) This is the time to emphasize on the 3rd principle of Kwanzaa, Collective work and responsibility. On the third day, the lighting of candles starts again with the black one, then the farthest left red one and them the utmost right green one are lit. The family members who congregate discuss the meaning of the 3rd principle and share Unity cup. The candles are then extinguished. | Created by Crosby

Ujima: The 3rd Day of Kwanzaa (December 28) This is the time to emphasize on the 3rd principle of Kwanzaa, Collective work and responsibility. On the third day, the lighting of candles starts again with the black one, then the farthest left red one and them the utmost right green one are lit. The family members who congregate discuss the meaning of the 3rd principle and share Unity cup. The candles are then extinguished. | Created by Crosby

Ujamaa the Entrepreneur

Ujamaa, the Entrepreneur, represents Cooperative Economics FB- Created by Crosby (ARTIST)

Kwanzaa - African-Amercian Holiday, is a celebration of cultural reaffirmation, and is one of the fastest-growing holidays in the history of the world. Kwanzaa, which can also be spelt Kwaanza, is a week-long secular holiday that celebrates African American heritage.  Each year it is celebrated from Dec 26th to Jan 1st. It took root 30 years ago, when graduate student Maulana Karenga, disturbed by the 1965 riots in L A, Watts..

Kwanzaa jokes and funny stories. Fastest growing New Year Festival December to January

The seven candles in the kinara represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa. By making the kinara, your family will celebrate kuumba (creativity), one of the Kwanzaa principles.

Woodland Kinara

The seven candles in the kinara represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa. By making the kinara, your family will celebrate kuumba (creativity), one of the Kwanzaa principles.

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