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This list includes every page or product from, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Kwanzaa.

  • The People Remember

    From award-winning author Ibi Zoboi comes her debut picture book - a tour de force that uses the principles of Kwanzaa to talk about the history of African Americans...

  • Alternate Activity 2: Ujamaa, Cooperative Economics (45 minutes)
    From The Wi$dom Path
    This activity invites participants to explore the ways in which Ujamaa, cooperative economics, the fourth principle of Kwanzaa, calls people to creative,
  • The Kwanzaa - UU Connection
    From LeaderLab
    Some of us know that there is a connection between Unitarian Universalism (UU) and Kwanzaa, but we know very little about it.
  • Sanctified Joy Kwanzaa Cards

    Pack of 12 cards and envelopes blank inside On back of card: KWANZAA (December 26 - January 1) Seven Principles For A Strong African American Nation

  • Celebrate Your Holidays With Us
    Unitarian Universalism is a place of peace, hope, acceptance, and multiplicity. Join us for the winter holidays.
  • December 2

    Ralph Yeager Roberts

    From WorshipWeb
    December second, Kwanzaa first celebrated (1966). Dr. Maulana Ron Karenga, Kwanzaa's founder, received some of the money needed to develop and publicize...
  • A Prayer For Kwanzaa

    Addae Ama Kraba

    From WorshipWeb
    O come all you faithful, rejoicing and victorious, Come, let us embrace the mystery in the spirit of life, as we celebrate the goodness of Kwanzaa and t...
  • The Moment of Magic

    Victoria E Safford

    From WorshipWeb
    Now is the moment of magic, when the whole, round earth turns again toward the sun, and here's a blessing: the days will be longer and brighter now, eve...
  • Lessons from the Kwanzaa Candles

    Gail Forsyth-Vail

    From WorshipWeb
    This service is best done between Kwanzaa and Martin Luther King Day....
  • Testifying (a reading for five voices)

    Mark Hicks

    From WorshipWeb
    Frances, an African American woman: To be African-American in this country is to face racism throughout life, however subtle....

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