Date: 11:00am PST December 8, 2011
Location: Stamm Dining Hall
A joyful holiday gathering celebrating the African-American Cultural tradition of the Kwanzaa holiday.
Kwanzaa, the first specifically designated African-American holiday, began in 1966 and is centered on the seven principles of Kwanzaa, an African culture-centered ritual that observes and promotes Unity (Umoja), Self-Determination (Kujichagulia), Collective Work and Responsibility (Ujima), Cooperative Economics (Ujamaa), Purpose (Nia), Creativity (Kuumba) and Faith (Imani).
Come take a break from studying and join us for brunch with your friends to enjoy music, candle-lighting and a special comment by Valerie White (Lewis & Clark Ombudsperson) to discuss the meaning of Kwanzaa. Please RSVP by Tuesday, December 6th.
Reserve your spot at a table by going to the link below:
Don’t let finals keep you from missing out on this annual gathering and celebration. See you there!