Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Tag: Kwanzaa

Can an African Pride-Themed Crosswalk Help Reduce...

A local activist is looking to address the violence plaguing a Durham, N.C., community in a new and unique way. The McDougald Terrace public housing complex...

How Ann Coulter and Other Folks Are...

'Tis the season for giving and cheer as people across the world celebrate the holidays. The day after Christmas marks the first day of...

Stay Woke: 5 Things Every Black Person...

https://youtu.be/OhSvMxE3K2Y A New York-based comedienne is hoping to make Kwanzaa cool again.  Kerry Coddett tells Atlanta Black Star that Black folks have become woke in...

Kwanzaa Event Attracts Hundreds to Support Black-Owned...

On the 50th anniversary of Kwanzaa, hundreds of New York residents poured into local neighborhoods to support Black-owned businesses. A local comedian spurred the effort,...

Legendary Artist Synthia Saint James Dishes About...

In 1966, pan-African scholar and activist Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga created Kwanzaa as a way to reconnect African-Americans with their West African roots. The term "Kwanzaa"...

Louisiana Museum Hosts Kwanzaa Celebration on Sunday

The Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum in Monroe will be hosting Kwanzaa centered events Sunday in celebration of the African-American holiday. Museum executive...

7 Reasons to Celebrate Kwanzaa, Especially in...

In today’s world, where unarmed young Black men are being slain on America’s streets, Kwanzaa and its principles that promote harmony and peace probably are...

GOP State Senator: Almost No Black People...

For almost 50 years, African-Americans have celebrated Kwanzaa in an effort to divide America. Or at least that would be the holiday tale that...

Celebrating Kwanzaa is a Well-Established Tradition for...

On a clear but chilly day, Southwest Atlanta resident Christine Arinze-Samuel and her family gathered at her home on Benjamin E. Mays Drive to...