Getting Ready To Celebrate Kwanzaa - Pre-Teens/Teens 10-14
Educational Festival Inc.
In this one time class for 60 minutes, students will take a journey through a cultural celebration of Kwanzaa to experience African culture.
US Grade 5 - 8
In this class, one-time for 60 minutes, learners will explore the seven principles of Kwanzaa and how it is celebrated. This class will teach learners and their families how to participate in the principles of Kwanzaa, how to create a Kwanzaa table, and how the symbols and clothing relates to the celebration. Parents can choose to celebrate from December 21 (2022) to January 1 (2022) and explore the week long celebration at home. Kwanzaa was created in 1966 for African Americans to honor...
This class is taught in English.
This class teaches how to practice and participate in a cultural celebration of life from December 26 to January 1. Kwanzaa will inspire learners to celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa throughout the New Year.
Kwanzaa is not associated with any religion beliefs. I have participated in the principles of Kwanzaa thought out the New Year for 38 years. Each year I host Kwanzaa celebrations in my home with family and friends in the community. I have read, studied, and continue to make Kwanzaa a part of my annual celebration by practicing the principles of Kwanzaa and welcoming the harvest. I believe the benefits of celebrating Kwanzaa provides a healthy view of African culture.
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There are no violent language or videos, the video focus on a harvest celebration in communities in Africa and America..
This class was created to introduce a Kwanzaa celebration to African American families in the United States of America to practice gratitude of the harvest and unity as a culture. I have spent years researching and practicing the purpose of Kwanzaa, I have read over 20 books, articles, and videos on how to celebrate Kwanzaa. Sources/Books, Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture by Dr. Maulana Karenga, Together for Kwanzaa by Juwanda G. Ford, Practicing Kwanzaa Year Round by Gwynelle Dismukes, Kwanzaa: How to Celebrate it in your Home by Kathleen M. Taylor/Charles A. Taylor and more.
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Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
1-10 learners per class