Kwanzaa 2021 Celebration
Join us for the 32nd Annual Kwanzaa Celebration banquet!
The Kwanzaa 2021 Celebration will see a return to campus as attendees gather together to learn about the history of Kwanzaa and the Seven Principles and Seven Symbols -- the Kinara, the candles, the unity cup, the place mat, the crops, the ear of corn, and the gifts -- surrounding the holiday.
Guests are welcome to attend in-person for the festive banquet of corn bread, collard greens, macaroni & cheese, fried and BBQ chicken, fried haddock with lemon and tartar sauce (or hot sauce), sugar cookies, and sweet potato mini-pies, but the event will also be accessible virtually via Zoom.
Due to changing COVID-19 guidelines, as of Nov. 29, the in-person event will be limited to current faculty, staff, and students only. All others are encouraged to register and follow along online via Zoom. Space will be limited to 150 attendees to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols, so please RSVP to save a spot or to receive the Zoom link to the event.
Sponsored by the Black Student Union, the Black Alumni Association, the DEI Collaborative, and the Student Government Association.