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Unity: 4 Stories from 2015 That Highlight the Kwanzaa Principle of Umoja

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Habari Ghani! Yesterday marked the start of Kwanzaa and we wanted to highlight stories we covered this year that fall under the first principle of Umoja/Unity.

To strive for and to maintain unity in the family, community, nation and race.

The Brooklyn Curlfest

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Source: http://instagram.com/nina_marcalle

Brazil’s First Natural Hair Empowerment March

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All Things Ankara Nigerian Renaissance Ball
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First Annual Festival to Celebrate Black Love Held in San Francisco

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Stay tuned for 6 more principles as we recap our 2015!

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About Rinny

Texan by birth, Los Angeleno by situation. Lover of Tame Impala and Shoegaze music. Comedian by trade. Macaroni and Cheese connoisseur by appetite.

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4 years ago

Sucks it’s just four. We should have way more than this, I hope for next year.

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CocoaGoddess
4 years ago

Kwanza isn’t really an African holiday. I love the essence of it, but too many people ask me if I celebrate it and it’s just a little annoying. I think mostly African Americans celebrate it. I’m just saying, cause you don’t know how many people have asked me about it this year ??

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