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Faith. Jan 1
Replying to @FATOU___
Habari gani! Today is the last day of Kwanzaa: Imani! Imani means faith. Lao Tzu said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Take your first step into 2018 with a strong mind and everlasting faith. Your journey of a thousand miles starts today💫✨
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OldMan Ebro Jan 2
Next year... support Black people collectively focusing on great values, while remembering where we came from for 7 days ... Why is this not more widely appreciated?
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Kamau Rashid Dec 31
Imani is a Kiswahili noun that means faith, belief, or conviction. Imani is the 7th day of the Pan-African holiday , and articulates a belief in our capacity to become greater than we are today, to become the people that our community and that the world needs us to be.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jan 1
Replying to @NMAAHC
Habari Gani? Imani (Faith): To believe with all of our hearts in our people and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.
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T'Challa’s Twin Cousin 🇳🇬 Jan 1
The 7th principle of is (faith). Faith focuses on honoring the best of our traditions, draws upon the best in ourselves & helps us strive for a higher level of life for humankind by affirming our self-worth and confidence in our ability to succeed in any struggle.
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R2 Chairperson Jan 1
Happy New Year Region II! Today is the seventh day of , Imani (Faith).A new year is also an opportunity to grow your faith .Your life is infused with divine intention! Great things are in store, trust and believe ✊🏾. May this be your HYPEST year yet 🎉 ✌🏾 #2018
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Kosi Harris Jan 1
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Jamilah Lemieux Dec 31
Replying to @JamilahLemieux
Habari Gani? Kuumba Habari Gani! Today is the 6th day of -Kuumba (creativity) and is here to explain
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OldMan Ebro Jan 2
is NOT religious...
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Naja B. Adulting Dec 31
It's New Years Eve here on the east coast, but let's not forget that it's the 6th day of Kwanzaa!! Today's principle is Kuumba, Creativity!
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OneUnited Bank Jan 1
We must have faith in ourselves and each other that we can accomplish what we set out to do; not for ourselves alone, but collectively. Let’s step out on faith and believe that together our community will level the playing field. -
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Faith. Jan 1
Replying to @FATOU___
Any people that don’t own anything will always remain dependent upon everybody else. Cardinal Mbiyu speaking on reparations at the Charles H. Wright Museum. •
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Cite Black Women Jan 1
Today is the 7th and last day of ! (Faith): "To believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness of victory and struggle." As we think toward the new year, we celebrate Black women and faith.
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SGRho24thIGB Jan 1
The Last Day of Kwanzaa ~ Day 7: Imani (Faith) “Destiny is not for comfort seekers. Destiny is for the daring and determined who are willing to endure some discomfort, delay gratification, and go where destiny leads.” – T.D. Jakes
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Victor L. Muhammad Jan 1
“Nothing that comes at me is greater than the Faith that I have in the God...” The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan Imani-Faith - to believe with all our hearts in our parents, our teachers, our leaders, our people & the righteousness & victory of our struggle
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Decatur Alumnae DST Jan 1
The seventh principle is Imani, which means Faith, it is believing in our people, our families, our educators, our leaders, and the righteousness of the African American struggle.
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Lisa Lamb Dec 31
The seventh principle of is , faith. Faith is essential to hope and necessary to counteract adversity. Have faith in yourself, goals, plans and tenacity to get things done. Go for it!
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Adam A. Smith Jan 1
Kwanzaa Day #7 - Imani (Faith) : To believe in yourself, your community and in God's divine plan for your life
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ZIMBABWE KID 🇿🇼 ‏ Jan 1
Day 7: (Faith) means to believe in our people, families, our communities, and the virtue and triumph of our struggle.
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BAJI Jan 1
On the last day of we celebrate 7th and most powerful principle, Imani or faith. Our work is built on the faith (Imani) we have in ourselves, our people, our struggle, and our purpose! We must believe in the righteousness and significance of our struggle for liberation!
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