celebrate Kwanzaa in  ethniciti   style
Kwanzaa is a time of fasting, feasting, and self-    examination, celebrated from December 26 through    January 1.
Begun in 1966 by cultural nationalists who wanted    to express their Pan-African solidarity, Kwanzaa is    now observed b...
The mystical number  7  is at the core of the  celebration – there are 7 days, 7 principles,    and 7 symbols.
the seven principles to maintain unity in family, community, nation, and culture umoja:  unity
the seven principles to be responsible for ourselves and create our own destiny kujichagulia:  self-determination
the seven principles to   build and maintain our community and work together to help one another ujima:  collective work a...
the seven principles to improve and support  our own stores, businesses, and organizations ujamaa:  cooperative economics
the seven principles to restore African-American people to their traditional greatness   nia:  purpose
the seven principles to use our creative energies toward creating a vibrant community  kuumba:  creativity
the seven principles to strive for a higher level of life for humankind, by affirming our self-worth and confidence in our...
celebrate Kwanzaa in  ethinciti   style   www.ethniciti.DesignOnline.com
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Kwanzaa is a time of fasting, feasting, and self- examination, celebrated from December 26 through January 1. The mystical number 7 is at the core of the celebration – there are 7 days, 7 principles, and 7 symbols.

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Celebrate Kwanzaa

  1. 1. celebrate Kwanzaa in ethniciti style
  2. 2. Kwanzaa is a time of fasting, feasting, and self- examination, celebrated from December 26 through January 1.
  3. 3. Begun in 1966 by cultural nationalists who wanted to express their Pan-African solidarity, Kwanzaa is now observed by 18 million people worldwide.
  4. 4. The mystical number 7 is at the core of the celebration – there are 7 days, 7 principles, and 7 symbols.
  5. 5. the seven principles to maintain unity in family, community, nation, and culture umoja: unity
  6. 6. the seven principles to be responsible for ourselves and create our own destiny kujichagulia: self-determination
  7. 7. the seven principles to build and maintain our community and work together to help one another ujima: collective work and responsibility
  8. 8. the seven principles to improve and support our own stores, businesses, and organizations ujamaa: cooperative economics
  9. 9. the seven principles to restore African-American people to their traditional greatness nia: purpose
  10. 10. the seven principles to use our creative energies toward creating a vibrant community kuumba: creativity
  11. 11. the seven principles to strive for a higher level of life for humankind, by affirming our self-worth and confidence in our ability to succeed and triumph in righteous struggle imani: faith
  12. 12. celebrate Kwanzaa in ethinciti style www.ethniciti.DesignOnline.com

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