27 December 2011

THE CELEBRATION OF KWANZA{A} NOW AND FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS!

Photo Credit:  Jeffrey Scott Thomas

Kwanza(a) public observances are waning for many reasons, e.g., confusion with Christmas celebration, disrespect and malice toward the creator of Nguzo Saba and the list goes on.

There are three links provided that make it clear why we shouldn't discard the Seven Principles (Nguzo Saba) and why if practiced daily; our communities would become more vibrant and less dependent on systems that promote dependency and the erosion of the family.

I won't be redundant, hence the links.  Please visit these sites and the references that they provide to become more educated about this worthy cultural and spiritual rite.

Links:

Kwanzaa...Message from Dr. Karenga

2 comments:

blacknouveauwoman said...

Heri Za Kwanza, Sis!

Foremost thank you for embodying all of the principles of Kwanza. I genuinely mean that, Sis. Your support of my online brand has been unwavering. You have always supportive in an engaging conversational way too. Living by the Nguzo Saba takes real love and faith in God and self. You are such an example.
Also, thank you for posting the link to my Kwanza blog post! Readers will be inspired once again, by Dr. Karenga. I stopped by Anna Marie Still Talking and posted a commentary too. Her no holds barred discourse is right on and must be heard. Please stop by and post any commentary on my latest blog posts, too!

KeKeMichel

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An insightful blog. Helpful for my Kwanzaa perceptions research.Best wishes for your future posts.

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