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2nd Annual DMVKwanzaa Celebration & Black Women's Entrepreneurship Expo

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African American Civil War Museum

1925 Vermont Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20001

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The National Black United Front (NBUF) 2nd Annual #DMVKwanzaa Celebration & Black Women's Entrepreneurship Expo is the premier cultural celebration in the DMV. This will be an afternoon of family, community, art, music, dance, food and over all Black excellence.

We will be showcasing the premier Black Women owned businesses in the DMV area, providing business development resources and issuing a $500 Micro Grant to an up and coming Black Women Entrepreneur.



Take advantage of the low early ticket prices and support the movement. Proceeds benefit the NBUF STEM & Cultural Arts Program, Feed the Hood Project & Women's Affairs Committee.

***Limited on the Street Parking***

***Public Transportation Highly Encouraged***


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What is Kwanzaa?
Kwanzaa is an African American and Pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community and culture. Celebrated from 26 December thru 1 January, its origins are in the first harvest celebrations of Africa from which it takes its name. The name Kwanzaa is derived from the phrase "matunda ya kwanza" which means "first fruits" in Swahili, a Pan-African language which is the most widely spoken African language.


Kwanzaa, then, is:


a time of ingathering of the people to reaffirm the bonds between them;

a time of special reverence for the creator and creation in thanks and respect for the blessings, bountifulness and beauty of creation;

a time for commemoration of the past in pursuit of its lessons and in honor of its models of human excellence, our ancestors;

a time of recommitment to our highest cultural ideals in our ongoing effort to always bring forth the best of African cultural thought and practice; and

a time for celebration of the Good, the good of life and of existence itself, the good of family, community and culture, the good of the awesome and the ordinary, in a word the good of the divine, natural and social.
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African American Civil War Museum

1925 Vermont Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20001

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