Kwanzaa. African American Celebration A time to celebrate…. Enchantment Laverne Ross. Heritage Culture Remembrance. With Emphasis On…. Family values Community responsibility Self Improvement. In Kiswahili… Kwanzaa stands for…. "First Fruits Of The Harvest.". Founded in 1966 by
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A time to celebrate…
"First Fruits Of The Harvest."
Celebrating Kwanazza! do what is right in the face of it.”
Kukaribisha do what is right in the face of it.”(Welcoming)
Kuumba (Remembering)During the Kwanzaa Karumua (celebration)
Kuchunguza Tena do what is right in the face of it.”
Na Kutoa Ahadi
Tamshi la Tambiko do what is right in the face of it.”
(Libation Statement)Kwanzaa Karumua
Libation Statement: do what is right in the face of it.”“For the Motherland cradle of civilizationFor the Ancestors and their indomitable spiritFor the Elders from whom we can learn much.For the Youth who represent the promise for tomorrow.For the People the original people.For the Struggle and in remembrance of those who have struggled on our behalf.For Umoja the principle of Unity which should guide us in all that we do.For the Creator who provide all things Great and Small.”
The Feast! do what is right in the face of it.”
is passed around
Vibunzi- each ear of corn for each child in household
Kwannza's Message... do what is right in the face of it.”