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Celebration Held In Cherry Hill, NJ To Mark First Day Of Kwanzaa

A celebration of Kwanzaa was held at the Garden State Discovery Museum.


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A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years’

How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?


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Folks Enjoy First-Ever ‘Kwanzaabration’ In West Philly

With Kwanzaa well underway, a weekend celebration of this cultural holiday is taking place in West Philadelphia.


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African American Community Celebrates The Start Of Kwanzaa

The African American community celebrated the beginning of Kwanzaa Thursday night.


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Philadelphia Community Leaders Plan a Revitalized Kwanzaa Celebration

December 26th marks the first day of Kwanzaa, and community groups in Philadelphia are gearing up for a big celebration on Saturday.




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Philadelphia’s African-American Museum Hosts Kwanzaa Celebration

It’s a special Kwanzaa celebration on the 5th day of the cultural holiday.


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Camden Cultural Center Holds 10th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

The African American Cultural and Arts Center and Museum in Camden held its 10th annual Kwanzaa Celebration on Monday to mark the first of the seven principles of the holiday.


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Harambee Institute To Hold Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

Kwanzaa is a seven-day African-American holiday that celebrates the accomplishments of Africans in America and all across the world.


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Philadelphia’s African American Museum To Host Free Kwanzaa Celebrations

The African American Museum in Philadelphia will hold three Kwanzaa celebrations this week, for the first time, starting on the first day at the Museum at 7th and Arch, and then on Wednesday and Thursday at the Gallery at Market East.