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How to Celebrate Kwanzaa Despite the Actions of the Founder

The holiday is a collective that is bigger than any one of us. Let’s continue the tradition.

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II celebrated Kwanzaa for the first time as an undergrad, after I nearly suffocated from the stark Whiteness of the liberal arts college I attended. On campus, Kwanzaa safely shrouded me in Blackness, Black…

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