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Kwanza

Kwanza From The History Channel comes some relatively basic information on the holiday of Kwanzaa, celebrated by many African Americans . The site somewhat briefly discusses the seven principles and the seven basic symbols, and as such makes a good starting point for further research and/or
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Kwanza


From The History Channel comes some relatively basic information on the holiday of Kwanzaa, celebrated by many African Americans . The site somewhat briefly discusses the seven principles and the seven basic symbols, and as such makes a good starting point for further research and/or discussion.

History Channel, A&E Television Networks

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• High School Middle School Elementary School

Nancy Pilder

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