Granpa's kwanzaa gift

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Granpa's kwanzaa gift

Nguzu Saba

Umoja - to come together with family.Kujichagulia - I choose!Ujima - to help with other peoples problems by praying and sharing clothes and toys.Ujama - we want to bulid a bussines at 8 and 6 and 3 called Summernade with a line of fabulous smoothies (smoobies).Nia - the purpose of Summernade is to provide healthy drinks for people tired from work.Kuumba - we will create through song, dance, piano, drums and maracas. Imani - we have faith that God will help us with all of these things.

Day 2 - Kujichagulia

Mirelle - "When I grow up, I want to be a chef and a doctor and a dentist. I'm helpful and an encourager!Aiyana - When I grow up I want be a preacher, chef and teacher like my dad. I am a confident person and prayer warrior!Andrew - I am a man of chivalry honor and integrity because God said so!

Granpa's Kwanzaa Gift

About Kwanzaa

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Dr. Maulana KarengaProfessor and ChairDepartment of Africana StudiesCalifornia State University--Long BeachEstablished in 1966 Kwanzaa aims to reconnect black Americans to their African roots and recognize their struggles as a people by building community. It is observed from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1 annually. Derived from the Swahili term, “matunda ya kwanza,” which means “first-fruits,” Kwanzaa is based on African harvest celebrations such as the seven-day Umkhost of Zululand.



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