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Tue, Dec 28

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https://www.lewismuseum.org/event/virtual-k

Virtual Kwanzaa Celebration @ Reginald F Lewis Museum (Second Showing)

From your home enjoy a premier Kwanzaa Kids Party video with Culture Queen as she introduces the Kwanzaa principles to your family. Finally discover how to cook the Kwanzaa Karamu feast with chefs David and Tonya Thomas from THE H3IRLOOM FOOD GROUP as they discuss the African diaporic foodways

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Virtual Kwanzaa Celebration @ Reginald F Lewis Museum (Second Showing)
Virtual Kwanzaa Celebration @ Reginald F Lewis Museum (Second Showing)

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Dec 28, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

https://www.lewismuseum.org/event/virtual-k

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About the event

Celebrate Kwanzaa 2021 virtually with the Reginald F. Lewis Museum during the Kwanzaa holidays.  From your home enjoy a premier Kwanzaa Kids Party video with Culture Queen and Fyutch as they introduce the Kwanzaa principles to your family. Then learn why Kwanzaa is relevant to communities today in a conversation with  Black Candle filmmaker MK Asante and journalist Lisa Snowden McCray. Finally discover how to cook  the Kwanzaa Karamu feast with chefs David  and Tonya Thomas from THE H3IRLOOM FOOD GROUP as they discuss the  African diaporic foodways connected to this heritage meal with Culture Queen Jessica Hebron.  Museum greetings will be officiated by Executive Director Terri  L. Freeman. The Kwanzaa film, Black Candle will also be accessible for online viewing by filmmaker MK Assante.

This pre-recorded program will premier on Tuesday, Dec 28th at  1 pm and 7 pm on the Museum’s youtube. This recording will be available for additional viewing thoughout the Kwanzaa Holiday week through January 1, 2022.

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