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Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 12-28-19 discussed the 3rd Day of Kwanzaa celebrating Ujima (Collective Work & Responsibility) at The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Michael Imhotep will be there all 7 Days. Be sure to visit his Vendor Table in The African Market Place. He will also be speaking on Sunday, Dec. 29th, 2019 at St. Francis Baptist Church, 3pm - 7pm, 7021 W. Warren Ave., Detroit - FREE EVENT. #Kwanzaa #Ujima #YearOfReturn
Celebrate Kwanzaa all 7 Days at The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.
Saturday, December 28th - 6:00 - 9:00 PM - Ujima (Collective Work & Responsibility) Nsoroma Institute
Sunday, December 29th - 2:00 - 5:00PM- Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) Aisha Shule
Monday, December 30th - 3:00 - 6:00 PM - Nia (Purpose) UNIA & ACL
Tuesday, December 31st - 3:00 - 6:00 PM- Kuumba (Creativity) Nanou Diapo
Wednesday, January 1st - 3:00 - 6:00 PM - Imani (Faith) Hood Research
The name Kwanzaa is derived from the phrase "matunda ya kwanza" which means "first fruits" in Kiswahili, a Pan-African language which is the most widely spoken African language. Kwanzaa is celebrated by as many as 20 million people around the world.
Read my article: “Kwanzaa Reconnects African Americans To African Culture for Self-Empowerment” by Michael Imhotep https://themichaelimhotepshowcom.wordpress.com/2015/12/25/kwanzaa-reconnects-african-americans-to-african-culture-for-self-empowerment/
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“The first-fruits celebrations are recorded in African history as far back as Ancient Kemet (Egypt) and Nubia (Ta-Nehisi) and appear in ancient and modern times in other classical African civilizations such as among the Ashanti of Ghana and Yoruba of Nigeria. These celebrations are also found in Ancient and modern times among societies as large as empires (the Zulu or kingdoms (Swaziland) or smaller societies and groups like the Matabele, Thonga and Lovedu, all of southeastern Africa. Kwanzaa builds on the five fundamental activities of Continental African "first fruit" celebrations: ingathering; reverence; commemoration; recommitment; and celebration.”
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