by Lena Simmons
Kwanzaa is a cultural celebrations for African-Americans. Kwanzaa means, “first fruits of harvest” in Swahii. The seven principles of Nguzo Saba are guidelines for the entire year. Kwanzaa is not a religious celebration. Kwanzaa usually starts from December 26 to New Year’s Day. Kwanzaa is celebrated by
over 18 million African-Americans and others of African-descent.
Celebrate Kwanzaa to retain and experience the African roots of the American experience. Let us experience the joy of unity, purpose, creativity, and faith.
The African proverb from the Congo sums the concept of Kwanzaa in six words, “A single bracelet does not jingle.”
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