Saturday, December 02, 2006

Kwanzaa The Karamu (kah-RAH-moo) feast

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The Karamu (kah-RAH-moo) feast should be structured as follows: I. Kukaribisha (the Welcome) Kwanzaa The Karamu

On December 31, the sixth night of Kwanzaa, family and friends gather for the karumu, the ritual feast that honors the African-American community, its culture and its ancestors. Throughout the seven-day holiday, each family prominently displays the seven symbols of Kwanzaa, How to Decorate a Table for the Kwanzaa Feast (Karamu)

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