It’s Kwanzaa Time
It’s my favorite time of the year. Each day we ask the question “Habari Gani?” meaning “what’s the news?” and respond with the name of the principle of the Nguzo Saba that’s for that day. I’ll be adding graphics for all seven principles throughout the week as I create them. So stay tuned.
11 Replies to “Habari Gani? (What’s the News?)”
Thank you soooo much for your artistry about Kwanzaa. I have been celebrating for the past 12 years. And your graphics are apart of my celebration. It’s gives life to each principle. God bless you.
Thank you Stephanie. I'm always glad to hear folks are finding my work enjoyable and functional. Stay tuned in 2020 as I have some great new ideas to make Kwanzaa and the 7 principles relevant to everyday life.
I’m excited to share Kwanzaa in a fun way with my students in my after school program. This is such a creative way to share the information about the seven principles of Nguzo Saba via Kwanzaa your illustrations are great personification for these principles.
Hi, Thanks Laura. Be sure to sign up for updates. I'm planning on putting more info on the site to share the spirit of Kwanzaa.
When will your Kwanzaa 2021 come out?
Hi Vanessa, I’m actually working on new stuff as we speak. This year I think I’ll be featuring images from my upcoming Kinara’s Children Kwanzaa Koloring book. OK, not sure if that’s the title but gotta call it something :-} Coming soon.
Thank you for creating this. Every years it seems, it’s more and more difficult to find Kwanzaa material to share.
Thank you Deborah, It’s a labor of love for sure.
Habari Gani means “What’s Up”
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