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The name Kwanzaa is derived from the phrase “matunda ya kwanza” which means “first fruits” in Swahili, the most widely spoken African language. However, Kwanzaa, the holiday, did not exist in Africa. more
By Frank Dobson, Associate Dean of Students, Vanderbilt University On Dec. 26, millions throughout the world’s African community will start weeklong celebrations of Kwanzaa. There will be daily … more
Kwanzaa 2019 Note: Kwanza is celebrated today (December 26th) through January 1st 2020 By Frank E. Dobson, Jr. On December 26th, millions throughout the world’s African community will … more
Kwanzaa 2018 (December 26th-January 1st) By Frank E. Dobson, Jr. On December 26th, millions throughout the world’s African community will start weeklong celebrations of Kwanzaa. There will be … more
Kwanzaa is from December 26th through January 1st By Frank E. Dobson, Jr. and first published on theconversation.com On Dec. 26, millions throughout the world’s African community will start … more
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