Kwanzaa : : an African-American holiday that is progressive & uplifting

Title Kwanzaa : : an African-American holiday that is progressive & uplifting
Names Madhubuti, Haki R.
Book Number BR008375
Title Status Active
Medium Braille
Annotation A guide to the meaning and observance of Kwanzaa, an African-American celebration of the "first fruits." Originated in 1966 by Maulana Karenga, Kwanzaa is celebrated annually from December 26 through January 1. For junior and senior high and older readers.
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Short Book - SH
Holiday Fiction - HOL-F
General Fiction - GFI
Folklore & Fairy Tales - FOL
General Non-Fiction - GNF
Young Adult Non-Fiction - YN
Holidays & Celebrations - HOL
Black Interest - BLK
Young Adult Interest - YAI
Young Adult Book - YA
LC Subject African Americans - Social life and customs
Harvest festivals - United States
Holidays - United States
Kwanzaa
Call Number 394.268 ANF
Language English
Released 1972
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 1972 (American Printing House for the Blind, transcribing agency. American Printing House for the Blind, distributor)
Original Publication Transcription of: Chicago, Ill. : Third World Press, 1987, c1972.
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