2020 Kwanzaa in the Midlands: Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility), a celebration of family, community and culture - Join us Monday, December 28 for a FREE community Kwanzaa celebration as we celebrate the Kwanzaa principle of "Collective Work and Responsibility."FREE and open to the public: You must be registered for the event to receive the Virtual Access Link. Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Greg Carr is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Chair of the Department of Afro-American Studies at Howard University and Adjunct Faculty at the Howard School of Law. He holds a Ph.D. in African American Studies from Temple University and a JD from the Ohio State University College of Law. He was the School District of Philadelphia’s First Resident Scholar on Race and Culture (1999-2000). Dr. Carr is the first Vice President of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations and a former member of the board of the National Council for Black Studies.This event is sponsored and presented by the organizations of the Catalyst Mbongi. Supported by a grant through the Richland County Government Hospitality Tax Funds. EVENT FLYEREvent funded and sponsored by the Catalyst Mbongi Organizations: Catalyst Mbongi Organizations: Kemetic Institute for Health and Human Development; Krst Universal Temple; NABSW-Columbia Chapter; Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations; Meditating Massage Wellness Studio; Center for Education and Equity of African American Students, USC; Palmer Memorial Chapel; SC Organization for African Unity; Egbe Aborisa Columbia, SC; The Obsidian Group and the Ubuntu Institute for Community Development (Greenville).Supported by: Richland County Government Hospitality Tax Funds.