All These Words mean Happy Kwanzaa (one service at 11 a.m.)

Sunday, December 31, 2017 - 11:00am
Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd, UU Aspirant
Kwanzaa was created in 1966 to offer Black Americans an alternative to the consumerism (and lack of capital returning to Black communities) found at Christmas. Research for the holiday was partially provided by our Unitarian Universalist Association through a fund created to support Black Empowerment. Join Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd for a lively musical dialogue on the meaning of Kwanzaa in Unitarian Universalism and its significance to Black Unitarian Universalists.

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