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The KWANZAA Organizing committee and the Black Community Information Center, Inc at BlackInfoNow.org has shipped its 2019 KWANZAA Calendar of celebration and performance events for December 26, 2019 through January 2020.


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There are seven days to observe. Each day has a meaning. UMOJA (the unity theme), KUNCHAGULIA (self-determination), UJIMA (collective work & responsibility), UJJAMA (cooperative economics), NIA (purpose), KUUMA (creativity), IMANI (Faith).

Boston KWANZAA locations are open to the general public. You will hear music, see art, meet people, shop the pop-ups, experience the spirit within formal ceremonies of KWANZAA and you can refresh yourself with ethnic food and drink brought to the venue by shopkeepers and foodie artists.

Celebrating a day at a time. The ceremonies are accessible at many locations. The locations on the calendar of events poster are: the Roxbury YMCA on MLK Boulevard, St. Katherine at 517 Blue Hill Ave., Hibernian Hall at 184 Dudley Street, The Thelma Burns Building on Warren Street, Roxbury Boys and Girls club at Nubian Dudley Square, the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center on Columbus Ave and the Walnut Avenue Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists. visit blackinfonow.org for more info.