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khubaka, michael harris
This year's seven-day Kwanzaa celebrations highlight the current notion of National Emancipation Day. Black Agriculture continues to take a critical look at the 150th Emancipation Proclamation and prepares to join the ceremony and listen closely to the keynote address by Reverend Amos C. Brown of the Third Baptist Church of San Francisco. When more of our "Faith Based Leaders" move towards celebrating the first day of Kwanzaa and join Rev. Brown focusing on the principle of Umoja, or unity, to strive and maintain unity in the family, community, nation and race, the renaissance of Black Agriculture will manifest year round harvests throughout our community.
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