2015/16 Kwanzaa Events | Dec 26 -Jan 1

The Community Kwanzaa Committee of the Black Community Information Center presents Kwanzaa events celebrating Black/African culture and tradition. Music, African Drumming, Performances.

The “Kwanzaa Song” available at each event!

Each day is represented by one of the NGUZO SABA (7 Principles)

Saturday, December 26 2015
UMOJA – Unity
@ Helen Y. Davis Academy (formerly Smith Leadership Academy): 23 Leonard St., Dorchester/Fields Corner
7:00pm
Sponsors: Davis Academy Charter School, Jah-Jah Drummers, Massachusetts Black Mental Health Alliance

Sunday, December 27 2015
KUJICHAGULIA – Self-Determination
@ St. Katherine/Drexel Church: 517 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester/Grove Hall
7:00pm
Sponsors: Commonwealth Mental Health & Wellness, Mass. Black & Latino Caucus, State Rep. Gloria Fox, Leadership Forum

Monday, December 28 2015
UJIMA – Collective Work & Responsibility
@ Hibernian Hall (3rd floor ballroom): 184 Dudley St., Roxbury
7:00pm
Sponsors: OrigiNation Inc., Osiris Group

Tuesday, December 29 2015
UJAMAA – Cooperative Economics
@ Muhammad’s Mosque #11: 10 Washington St., Dorchester/Grove Hall
7:00pm
Sponsors: Muhammad’s Mosque #11, Pyramid Builders

Wednesday, December 30 2015
NIA – Purpose
@ Roxbury Boys & Girls Club: 115 Warren St., Roxbury
7:00pm
Sponsors: Stajez Dance Co., Askia Academy, National Assoc. of Black Social Workers (Boston)

Thursday, December 31 2015
KUUMBA (KARAMU – FEAST NIGHT) – Creativity
@ Roxbury YMCA: 285 Martin Luther King Blvd., Roxbury
7:00pm
Sponsors: Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, NAACP (Boston), The Institute for Pan African Cultural Education Inc.,
Roxbury Community College (community demands return 2016)

Friday, January 1 2016
IMANI – Faith
@ Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists: 300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury
4:00pm
Sponsors: The Black Community Information Center, Inc.

AN ALL-AFRIKAN EVENT/PEOPLE OF COLOR SPACE!
SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY KWANZAA COMMITTEE, A PROGRAM OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY INFORMATION CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.BLACKINFONOW.ORG OR CALL BCIC AT 617-427-2522