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WE WIN KWANZAA CELEBRATIONS

Kwanzaa is an African-American Holiday that is based on seven principles: Umoja=Unity, Kujichagulia=Self-Determination, Ujima=Collective Work and Responsibility, Ujamaa=Cooperative Economics, Nia=Purpose, Kuumba=Creativity, and Imani=Faith.

 

WE WIN students use the principles of Kwanzaa as illustrated through, story, dance, and drum to show the positive aspects of the community and show case their undeniable talent. Since 1996, when our Kwanzaa Celebration took place at Lyndale School, WE WIN has collaborated with dozens of Minneapolis Public Schools, metro charter schools, universities, community leaders, elders, and a wide array of artists from Robert Robinson, Grammy award winning Sounds of Blackness, Toki Wright, MC Longshot, Kenna Cottman and Voice of Culture, to the legendary local R&B band Mint Condition's Stokely Williams' Jazz band.

 

​Below are the past couple years of Kwanzaa highlights and videos.

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GET A SET OF KWANZAA CARDS WITH A $10 DONATION

Designed by artist Marilyn Lindstrom and made by WE WIN students during our 2015 Griot Festival, the pack of seven cards that symbolize each day of Kwanzaa is a great gift to give. With a $10 tax-deductible donation that will help purchase programming needs for our students, it's a great way to GET while GIVING BACK. (Make sure to make notation during the donation that you would like the cards and include your address)

2018 KWANZAA VIDEOS - WE WIN'S 22ND ANNUAL 
2017 KWANZAA PICTURE GALLERY
2016 KWANZAA
2015 KWANZAA VIDEOS
2013 KWANZAA VIDEOS

2013 Kwanzaa Highlights

Zion Baptist Church

November 12, 2013

2013 Kwanzaa Highlights 

Green Central School

December 12, 2013

2012 KWANZAA

2012 Kwanzaa Highlights

North High School

December 13, 2012