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Kwanzaa Quotes from "Kwanzaa: A Oneness" by William Larsha, Sr.

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Finally, African Americans must understand the wisdom in the Kwanzaa principle of UJAMAA; that is,    cooperative economics and responsibility. What comes to mind, immediately, is the Biblical story of JOSEPH.  The story which tells the African American leadership to build warehouses

Finally, African Americans must understand the wisdom in the Kwanzaa principle of UJAMAA; that is, cooperative economics and responsibility. What comes to mind, immediately, is the Biblical story of JOSEPH, the story which tells the African American leadership to build warehouses.   The  story  of  Joseph  is  an  economic  lessons – not  a  civil  rights  parable,   What  does  it  tells  us?   Produce  goods  that  will  sale;  store  goods  that  will  keep;  distribute  goods  that will  market;  and  honor  the  goal  to “produce   jobs,  instead  of  begging  for  them.”

Awareness  of  Kwanzaa  as  a  holiday  has  not  merely resulted  from  the  emergence  of  the  energetic work  of  Dr. Karenga,   but    rather,    from    the   co-emergence  of  all African American participants in Kwanzaa events across America. A finger, cut and paining cannot offer to the hand   the  kind  of  effectiveness  as can  the  finger  not cut  and  not  paining.  

                                 

One of the historical problems among African people is that of accepting and tolerating false leaders; that is, accommodators and imitators locked into attitudinal and judgmental situations which cause them to misrepresent the “true will of African people to acquire access to real economic and political opportunities.  Just like there are false prophets   in   religions,    so   are   there   fictitious leaders in civics.

By the time the American constitution had been adopted in the closing years of the 1700’s, African people were speaking a new language; worshipping for the most  part in a new religion; adhering to new sets of customs; and paying allegiances to new kinds of existences:  the    existence of the commerce masters in the north, and the existence of the slave masters in the south.

 

 

 

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