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Hazel & Remy Dec 26
Have a Happy friends! ❤️❤️❤️🖤💚💚💚 - Hazel and Remy
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Kevin Jones Dec 26
Today marks the first day of Kwanzaa, through this next week remember to keep the core principals of the tradition alive. Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba & Imani! Happy Kwanzaa everyone ❤️💛💚🖤
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Princess Latifah Dec 26
Happy !!! Kwanzaa was invented by Maulana Karenga, a black power activist regarded Christmas as a "white" holiday and wanted to have their own African-inspired tradition instead. Today’s principle is !
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Jody David Armour Dec 31
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KwanzaaChat, Kwanzaa Dec 26
! Day 1 of is . Umoja means Unity. Today we gather to reflect on Umoja and light the black candle! |
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Black Teacher Dec 29
Day 4 of Kwanzaa is Ujamaa, the principle of cooperative economics. Though BTP is not a business, it is an organization that we hope will be built and maintained to the benefit of Black teachers and as a result, our schools and communities might also be transformed.
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Edmund Adjapong Ph.D. Dec 26
Today to celebrate the first day of Kwanzaa — Umoja — the Swahili word for "unity"
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EasternRegionDST Dec 28
Habari gani? Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics): To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together! ASHE!
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Code TF Up 🇺🇸 Dec 26
Spent the first day of watching the venerable ancestor Khalid Muhammad. His fiery passion and unyielding resolve to empower his people warmed my heart. Black First family.
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KwanzaaChat, Kwanzaa Dec 26
Fam! It's time to gather to reflect on & celebrate the , the of ! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 | Kwanzaa begins on December 26th & ends on January 1st! Let's remember, get grounded/ready for 2020 & beyond! 💥 | 
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K McCray, PhD Dec 26
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Greg Anderson Elysée Dec 26
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Dec 26
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Alabama Democrats Dec 26
On the first night of , let's remember the future requires the best of all of us, and the best of each of us. African culture is a special part of Alabama's story. To see how, learn about the Clotilda, Africatown, & the Lewis family:
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Carolyn Bourdeaux Dec 27
Happy Kwanzaa to those who celebrate! Today’s principle is Ujima which means to build and maintain our community together- to make our brother's and sister's problems our problems & to solve them together.
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Ramarumo Tshikosi Dec 26
“Be Black, buy Black, think Black, and all else will take care of itself.”~ Marcus Garvey #
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Africa Dec 26
The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa inspire true spirit of Pan Africanism. Umoja- Unity Time for reunification of all people of African descent throughout the world. Africa must unite as an Independent Nation and work towards Attainment of Economic and Political Liberty
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Jessica Lewis Dec 26
My favorite holiday is Kwanzaa. Why? Because it’s the time to celebrate 7 principles we should be embodying throughout the entire year. Kwanzaa isn’t religious, it’s cultural and anything that celebrates the culture is A-ok in my book 👌🏾
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Nikki Nice Dec 26
come celebrate Kwanzaa today through Jan 1st at the Douglass Recreation Center 7-9pm nightly! ❤🖤💚
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Milosexual.com 📣 Dec 26
Replying to @tedwheeler
Hey Slick - Kwanzaa - Its founder was convicted for torturing women in his group. LA Times: “Deborah Jones...said she & Gail Davis were whipped w/an electrical cord & beaten w/a karate baton after being ordered to remove their clothes.”
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