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Introducing 2019 Sacramento Kwanzaa Wakanda Project

Thursday, October 17, 2019
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event Type:
Khubaka, Michael Harris
Location Details:
California State Capitol
Room 126
Sacramento, California

Join us expand understanding of our Kwanzaa “California Grown” ancient future holiday by showcasing a renaissance of “first fruits of the harvest” year round by restoring ancient traditions and agriculture production from the Pan African sacred science of agriculture.

Throughout the world, many people have experience a fantasy frame of reference toward Africa. The ancient future of Wakanda, through the lens of Hollywood created a new look at Africa that will impact the future.

Globally, the authentic ancient history of Africa people recognizes this special time of the year to reflect, remember and reconnect to ancient universal principles of our unique way of being.
"First Fruits of the Harvest" has a special meaning as we mark the winter of 2019, in our journey to reestablish Agriculture as the foundation of our culture here in the “Farm to Fork Capital of America.”

Many people privately identify and celebrate Kwanzaa, others join with family and friends at private home gatherings and still others are seen in very lively public competitive community activities that display aspects of our vast diversity of our Pan African experience.

Here in Sacramento, the Capitol of the 5th largest economy on earth, the seat of authority of the State of California, we are slowly awakening to express a positive new way forward, in “the greatest garden of the world.”

Interfaith, intergenerational and international focus will be our theme this 2019 Kwanzaa Holiday. As we prepare to close the 9th Annual, Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference, with Her Excellency, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao, African Union Ambassador to the United States of America.

Together, we will experience a renewed effort and profound message that will showcase for future generations the great expectation and civic responsibility people of African ancestry have demonstrated globally and here in California since the very salient year, 1849..

In the spirit of Wakanda, we demonstrate our ancient future in Umoja, we speak into existence a special first fruits of the harvest, in a good way.

We extend the hand of fellowship, building on the golden promise of our unique California Dream, and do our part to expand efforts toward mutually beneficial California ~ Pan African exchange in harmony with a broader, year-round tangible expression of the ancient signs and symbols seen in the principles and practice of Kwanzaa.

Throughout the Pan African Diaspora, 2019 has been a very special year as we witness the beginning of the fulfill biblical prophecy, referencing Genesis 15:12-14, connecting Ancient Classical African Civilizations through 1619 along the Kwanza River in Angola to Hampton, Virginia and Murphy’s Corral along the Cosumnes River, to Colton Hall 1849.

Sacramento Wakanda Kwanzaa Project will forever rebuild a people destroyed by epic wars, enslavement, colonization by beginning to heal deep hidden psychological and mental abuse some call the new normal.

1619-2019 marks the end of 400 years of enslavement and affliction here in the English colonies of America, where “Manifest Destiny” established a new way in 1849 California, today we prepare for our 2019 abundance.

Matunda Ya Kwanzaa, now is the time…
Added to the calendar on Wed, Oct 16, 2019 11:15PM
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