Local events scheduled for Kwanzaa include:
- #KwanzaaEve at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 25, at the University of the Virgin Islands to watch The Black Candle film on Kwanzaa by M. K. Asante, Jr.
Local Kwanzaa Gatherings (Dec. 26 – Jan. 1)
-26th: 2 p.m. at Franklin Powell Park, St. John | Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. – Sigma Theta Omega Chapter (only event not on St. Thomas)
-26th: 6 p.m. at Wesley Methodist Church Educational Complex in Tutu (East), St. Thomas | African Diaspora Youth Development Foundation Inc.
-27th: 6 p.m. at Arian’s Restaurant (Subbase)
-28th: 6:30 p.m. in Tillett Gardens | Lovelivinvi: music, poetry, live performances and more
-22nd / 29th: Radio Shows (WSTA 2-4 p.m., WUVI at 5 p.m.)
-30th: at UVI Track* discussions about an outdoor youth race in the afternoon, but not confirmed
-31st: at Brewers Beach Community Yoga (sunrise/sunset)
-1st: at Brewers Beach (midday/early afternoon to sundown)
Details, pictures and video will be updated on: http://www.daramonifah.com/2018/12/12/kwanzaa-eve-usvi-2018/
Also, follow the KWANZAA365 Facebook page and 2018 Facebook Event.
Contact DaraMonifah Cooper, managing/founding director of KWANZAA365 & the Sankofa Saturdays Youth Cultural Education Initiative
KWANZAA365: Not just a Holiday; Nguzo Saba as a Way of Life!
Collectively reuniting the village for our global best interest… individuals, agencies and organizations through community event organizing, media relations and youth outreach through Sankofa Saturdays Youth Cultural Education Initiative.
Passing on the torch of culture bearing and preserving (traditions and values) through experiences in the arts, cultural education and community service.
Help us help the youth of the Virgin Islands remember and respect themselves and their community through Cultural Education!