Orange County Kwanzaa Virtual Gathering Starts Saturday December 26 2020

Orange County California Kwanzaa 2020 Virtual Gathering

Orange County Kwanzaa Virtual Gathering Starts Saturday December 26 2020.
Everyone can join in on the Seven Day Kwanzaa Gathering through January 1 2021.

The Orange County National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) Virtual Kwanzaa Gathering Is A 7 Day 30 Minute Event at 4:00pm(pt)

Orange County Kwanzaa Virtual Celebration Details

There are various Orange County, California organizations participating in the week’s celebration.

African Attire is welcome.

Register Online at Zoom

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Why Kwanzaa Is Celebrated

Kwanzaa Reaffirms African Culture

To reaffirm the communitarian vision and values of African culture and to contribute to its restoration among African peoples in the Diaspora, beginning with Africans in America and expanding to include the world African community.

Kwanzaa Seven Principles That Reaffirms Community and Family and Culture

To introduce and reinforce the Nguzo Saba, the Seven Principles and through this, introduce and reaffirm communitarian values and practices which strengthen and celebrate family, community and culture.

Seven Communitarian African Values

Umoja (Unity)
Kuji-chagulia (Self-determination)
Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility)
Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
Nia (Purpose), Kuumba (Creativity)
Imani (Faith)

Kwanzaa Unites and Strengthens

To serve as a regular communal celebration which reaffirmed and reinforced the bonds between us as a people in the U.S., in the Diaspora and on the African continent, in a word, as a world African community.
It was designed to unite and to strengthen African communities.

Kwanzaa Is An Important Multicultural Expression
As an act of cultural self-determination, as a self-conscious statement of our own unique cultural truth as an African people.
That is to say, it is an important way and expression of being African in a multicultural context.

More Info About Kwanzaa At The Official Kwanzaa Website

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