Photo by Tevin Stinson Above: Members of The Otesha Creative Arts Ensemble perform during the opening celebration of Kwanzaa on Saturday, Dec. 26 at the Winston-Salem Urban League. New Urban
Submitted Photo Pictured from left to right: 1, A’Nayjah Bullard, 2. Shania James,3.Courtney E. Lennon, 4.Aaliyah Dodd, 5. Madison Murrell, 6,Quincie McKnight, 7.Jayla Herndon, 8. Tasiana Andrews, 9.Londyn Hunt, 10.
Above: Annette Nickols of I am 2 Sweet 4 Diabetes greets attendee at her table on Tuesday, Dec. 29. To celebrate the fourth principle of Kwanzaa, Ujamaa or cooperative economics,
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