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Kwanzaa Gifts To My Family…The Children Experience Kwanzaa All Year Long


My Daughter &  daughter-in-law: Scarfs from Ethiopia

Ethiopian scarfs

My son, son-in-law & nephew: Bracelets from Ethiopia (I went to Ethiopia November 4, 2015)

African bracelet

All grandchildren: Wooden Ethiopian crosses with their names engraved on the back in Amharic & English 

My oldest granddaughter: Money          


My 2nd oldest granddaughter: art supplies to start her ‘Paint & Sip’ business


My oldest grand-son:The book ‘Between The World And Me’ (I want to say to him what Ta-Nehisi Coates said to his son) & a gift card for books of his choice
Book Ta-Nehisi

My niece’s children, grandsons, & great niece: An African fable books that teach morals; written and autographed by an African surgeon whom I met at the African Union Conference in November. 


My great niece and grandsons: A residential week long Equestrian Camp this summer at Grace United Methodist Church in Ft. Washington                                          

For each family house hold, especially, the granddaughters in their 1st apartments, a framed picture from the Woodrow Nash 2015-6 calendar that I bought last year at the 24th Annual BZB Shop ’til ya Drop! at Shiloh Family Life Center; framed by Ethiopian owner of Ty Framing in Pen Mar Shopping Center.