4 edition of African American holidays found in the catalog.
African American holidays
James C. Anyike
Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-99).
|Statement||James C. Anyike.|
|LC Classifications||GT4803 .A8 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||91067532|
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Other holidays of interest to African Americans, such as Loving Day and Juneteenth, simply aren’t on the radar of many Americans. With this overview, find out how these holidays began as well as the origins of observances such as Black History Month and Martin Luther King Day that are likely more familiar to : Nadra Kareem Nittle.
The book provides knowledge about the many holidays that are celebrated by African American, including Kwanzaa. In reading the book I learned how to celebrate different African American holidays. More importantly, as stated in the book, "Holidays practices among slaves from the 17th to the 19th centuries provided the foundation for present day /5(4).
The African-American culture is something that is often African American holidays book looked over. The author and the illustrator of this book do a great job at summarizing the different African-American holidays that are celebrated by most African-Americans.5/5.
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Kwanzaa: Seven Days of African-American Pride (Finding Out about Holidays) Written by Carol Gnojewski. This book is filled with wonderful photographs to further emphasize the development and celebrations of Kwanzaa by Dr.
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African-American Holidays, Festivals,and Celebrations The History, Customs, and Symbols Associated With Both Traditional and Contemporary Religious and Secular Events Observed by Americans of African Descent (Book): Gay, Kathlyn: "Provides information about the history and celebration of more than holidays, festivals, and other events observed by Americans of African descent.
African American holidays. [James C Anyike] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. African-American Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations presents the history, customs, symbols, and lore of more than diverse holidays and festivals celebrated by Americans of African descent in the United States.
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It was created by Maulana Karenga and first celebrated in Kwanzaa has become more commercialized while observance of the holiday has ed by: African Americans, parts of African diaspora. African-American Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations, 2 nd Edition presents the history, customs, symbols, and lore of more than diverse holidays and festivals celebrated by Americans of African descent in the United States.
Events covered include historical and contemporary African-American holidays—ranging from slave observances to Kwanzaa. The Negro Motorist Green Book promised safer travel without embarrassment.
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For those wanting to learn more about this alternative observance practiced by. African American Festivals. African American culture is a major part of the United States’ identity. It has played an important role in shaping the nation, from its laws to its arts.
And black culture needs to be celebrated. This is why there is a profusion of African American festivals throughout the United States.
Table of Contents for African-American holidays, festivals,and celebrations: the history, customs, and symbols associated with both traditional and contemporary religious and secular events observed by Americans of African descent / by Kathlyn Gay ; foreword by Jean Currie Church ; introduction by Jessie Carney Smith, available from the Library of Congress.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER Light candles on the kinara, take a sip from the unity cup and review the seven principles of African Heritage, on the cultural celebration of seven days, Africans in the Diaspora observe Kwanzaa with family and friends. From the Swahili phrase Matunda ya kwanza (“first fruits of the harvest”), Kwanzaa was created to unify those of African .