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Fr Nnaemeka Ali, OMI continues his discussion of Kwanzaa, arguing that it makes Biblical sense to join in the cultural celebrations of the marginalized.
As detractors wage their annual campaign against Kwanzaa, a Nigerian priest offers his perspective on why the holiday has value—and strong African roots.
Kwanzaa is a celebration of Black culture that is held from December 26 to January 1. It was first celebrated in 1966. The holiday is based on African harvest festival traditions from various parts of Africa. It’s a way for Black people in the diaspora to reconnect with their
In an age of closures and mergers, a number of Black Cathoilc are in fact starting new eras—though not without the help of donors. Habari Gani? Ujamaa.
'Educating yourself is arming yourself against ignorance': Part 4 of our interview with Sasha Massey
Our interview with Sasha Massey continues, highlighting history, family dynamics, mental health, angels, and—of course—the Spirituals.
This second day of Kwanzaa brings part 3 of our interview with Soprano Sasha Massey, exploring her own self-determination amidst incredible challenges.