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Central Valley Kwanzaa Celebrations ~ "In the Greatest Garden of the World"
Khubaka, Michael Harris
In the heart of the 7th largest agriculture economy in America, some people of African ancestry refuse to celebrate Kwanzaa, yet are not happy about educating the entire community about our "California Grown" holiday. 2013 is a historic banner year for the California Black Agriculture Working Group. We have come a long way and have a clear path to expand participation by people of African ancestry throughout the #1 Agriculture region on earth. Our 7 day celebration ends this special 50th Anniversary of PanAfricanism and African Renaissance... clearly the deeper meaning and broader celebration is not for everybody... seen...

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