Month: December 2020

Kwanzaa Reflections – Kuumba

Today, the 6th day of Kwanzaa, is a day when I’m so annoyed at this extended pandemic! As we celebrate today’s principle from the Nguzo ...

Kwanzaa Reflections – Nia

This morning, folks in my house listened to Paul Robeson sing Ballad for Americans as we started our Kwanzaa reflections. Robeson, born in 1...

Kwanzaa Reflections – Ujamaa

The principle of Ujamaa – Cooperative Economics – is deeply embodied within African-American communities and communities of Afri...

Kwanzaa Reflections – Ujima

This morning, the third day of Kwanzaa, my teen and I discussed today’s principle of Ujima – Collective Work and Responsibility. They im...

Kwanzaa Reflections – Kujichagulia

On the second day of Kwanzaa, we contemplate the principle, Kujichagulia. On the official Kwanzaa website, Kujichagulia – Self Determinati...

Kwanzaa Reflections – Umoja

As the year comes to a close, I’ve decided to share a little of my family’s tradition. When my children were born, I wanted to b...

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