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      12/28 - Ujima: Kwanzaa Celebration from 7-9 PM at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Focusing on collective work & responsibility. Co hosted by the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization.

      12/28 - Ujima: Kwanzaa Celebration from 7-10 PM at the West End Performing Arts Center, 945 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. Musical performances. Featuring food, children's activities. Open mic with Kwanzaa theme. Explanation of the principles of the holiday. Free. 404-612-0500.

      12/28 - Ujima: Kwanzaa Celebration from 6-9 PM at Akwaaba Community Center, 8045 Second Avenue. Focusing on collective work & responsibility. Hosted by the Nsoroma Public school Academy. Performances and presentations by area youth, special highlight, a performance by Thiosane African Drum and Dance company.

      12/28 - Ujima: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at First African Church, 5197 Salem Road, Lithonia. Focusing on collective work & responsibility. Candle Lighting Ceremony at 7:30 PM. 770-981-2601.

      12/28 - Ujima: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at New Morning Light Baptist Church, 1392 Conley Road, Conley, GA (Jonesboro Rd & I-285). Focusing on collective work & responsibility.

      12/28 - Fusion: From Africa to Hip-Hop: dance performance at 8 PM at Theatre South, 5355 Hunter Rd, Atlanta. Total Dance Company, which will perform at the 2008 Orange Bowl in Miami, traces the evolution of dance in a Kwanzaa holiday show. With the Association of Black Cardiologists and Total Dance/ Dancical Productions, Inc. $15 - $25. 404.745.9699.

      12/29 - Ujamaa: Kwanzaa Celebration from 2-4 PM at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Focusing on cooperative economics. Co hosted by Beulah Land Farm, "Africa for the Africans." Keynote Speaker: Bishop Khalfani.

      12/29 - Ujamaa: Kwanzaa Celebration from 6-9 PM at Akwaaba Community Center, 8045 Second Avenue. Focusing on co-operative economics. Hosted by Ahmose African Math Academy. Featuring open mic poetry.

      12/29 - APEX Kwanzaa Festival from 6-8 PM at the APEX Museum, 135 Auburn Ave. Candle-lighting ceremony, the affirmation of the Nguzo Saba (the Seven Principles), call and response, and pouring of the ancestral libation; an African market with food, books, handcrafted and imported items, clothing and jewelry; drummers, dancers, griots, poets. Free. 404-521-2739.

      12/29 - Ujamaa: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at First African Church, 5197 Salem Road, Lithonia. Candle Lighting Ceremony at 7:30 PM. Focusing on co-operative economics. 770-981-2601.

      12/29 - Ujamaa: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at New Morning Light Baptist Church, 1392 Conley Road, Conley, GA (Jonesboro Rd & I-285). Focusing on co-operative economics.

      12/29 - Afrikan Djeli Kwanzaa Ujamaa Celebration from 7-11 PM at Afrikan Djeli Cultural Center (across from the West End Mall), 840 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. Featuring NKUROBO and others. Focusing on co-operative economics. 404.392.8733.

      12/29 - Fusion: From Africa to Hip-Hop: dance performance at 8 PM at Theatre South, 5355 Hunter Rd, Atlanta. Total Dance Company, which will perform at the 2008 Orange Bowl in Miami, traces the evolution of dance in a Kwanzaa holiday show. With the Association of Black Cardiologists and Total Dance/ Dancical Productions, Inc. $15 - $25. 404.745.9699.

      12/30 - Celebration of the Kwanzaa Principle Nia from 3-5 PM at the Atlanta- Fulton County Central Library, 1 Margaret Mitchell Square, Atlanta, GA 30303. 404.730.4001 ext.303. Featuring Giwayen Mata and a communal libation and candle lighting ceremony facilitated by Chike Akua. Free.

      12/30 - Nia: Kwanzaa Celebration from 4-6 PM at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Focusing on purpose. Co hosted by Sisters of Tomorrow, an Atlanta Female Rites of Passage Community Village Keepers. Keynote Speaker: Nobantu Ankoanda, Ed.D and Guest Speaker: Dr. Beverly Tatum, Spelman College President.

      12/30 - Nia: Kwanzaa Celebration from 6-9 PM at Akwaaba Community Center, 8045 Second Avenue. Focusing on purpose. Hosted by NBUF (National Black United Front.)
      Featuring music by local artists.

      12/30 - Nia: Kwanzaa Celebration at 6 PM at the Grounds Coffee House at Sky Lofts in Historic West End, 898 Oak Street (adjacent to the CVS parking lot). An evening of being on purpose with the Black Vegetarian Society of Georgia. Including a drum circle, dancers, marketplace, live and cooked vegan cuisine and more. Free 30 minute Salsa dance class by AfriSalsa. 770-621-5056.

      12/30 - Nia: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at New Morning Light Baptist Church, 1392 Conley Road, Conley, GA (Jonesboro Rd & I-285). Focusing on purpose.

      12/30 - Nia: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at First African Church, 5197 Salem Road, Lithonia. Candle Lighting Ceremony at 7:30 PM. Focusing on purpose. 770-981-2601.

      12/30 - Kwanzaa Celebration from 3-5 PM at Douglasville Cultural Arts Center, 8652 Campbellton St., Douglasville. Hands-on workshop honoring the principle Kuumba, creativity. $5 children; accompanying adults free. 770-949-2787.

      12/31 - Kuumba: Kwanzaa Celebration from 2-4 PM at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Focusing on creativity. Co hosted by Sister Yomi & Arkbar Imhotep, African Storytellers. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robert Franklin, President Of Morehouse College.

      12/31 - Kuumba: Kwanzaa Celebration from 6-9 PM at Akwaaba Community Center, 8045 Second Avenue. Focusing on creativity. Hosted by Pitch Black Poetry.

      12/31 - Kuumba: Kwanzaa Celebration at 7 PM at First African Church, 5197 Salem Road, Lithonia. Candle Lighting Ceremony at 7:30 PM. Focusing on creativity. 770-981-2601.

      1/1 - Imani: Kwanzaa Celebration from 2-4 PM at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Focusing on faith. Co hosted by Saint Mark Lutheran Church "Karamu Feast."

      1/1- Imani Kwanzaa Celebration from 6-9 PM at Akwaaba Community Center, 8045 Second Avenue. Focusing on faith. Hosted by Shrine of the Black Madonna "We celebrate the Beauty of Africa! Featuring music, spoken word, fun and fashion.

      1/1 - Kwanzaa Celebration: Imani from 4-7 PM at Life's Essentials Market, 2329 Cascade Road, Atlanta, GA 30310. Featuring African dance, drumming, speakers and vendors. Free. Presented by Imani Wholistic Health Institute. 678-887-7145 or 404-753-2269.

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