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Kwanzaa Festivities on the Horizon

Date Posted: 1999-12-17

The African American Culture Association is organizing a big Kwanzaa jamboree at the Kadena High School on Sunday, December 26th, 1999. Kwanzaa is an annual year end harvest festival celebrated mainly in the United States by people of African descent. In recent years, it has also spread to several African countries and some other European or Latin American nations where Black men and women make a good part of the population. Kwanzaa festivities are usually full of colorful cultural activities in honor of the timeless universal accomplishments of African descendants worldwide, and particularly in the United States. It is also an occasion for many African Americans to reaffirm their commitment to the fundamental ideals of Unity, Purpose, Self-determination, Faith, Creativity, Cooperative Economics and Collective Responsibility. For more information on the Kwanzaa event of December 26th, contact Anitra Williams @ 633-9362.

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