Happy Kwanzaa!


Kwanzaa, A Celebration

When I was a child, I remember my mom and dad setting out Kwanzaa symbols. It is when I discovered I had a passion for art and crafts; making gifts from the heart. We also reflected on the past, set goals, embrace family and community and most importantly embrace and remember who we are as Black women.

Kwanzaa is celebrated between from Dec. 26 through Jan. 1. The seven-day celebration embraces
-Umoja (Unity)
-Kujichagulia (Self-determination)
-Ujima (Collective work and responsibility)
-Ujamaa (Cooperative economics)
-Nia (Purpose)
-Kuumba (Creativity)
-Imani (Faith)

You can celebrate Kwanzaa by sharing quotes, prayers, greetings, and blessings. “Kwanzaa is a reminder that good things happen around a table.”

To learn more : Official Kwanzaa Website:

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