Today, on the third day of Kwanzaa, reflect on Ujima.
Ujima, pronounced "oo-GEE-mah" means Collective Work and Responsibility where we are encouraged to build and maintain our community together and make our brother's and sister's problems our problems and to solve them together. This day reminds us of our obligation to the past, present and future, and that we have a role to play in the community, society, and world.
|Symbols of Kwanzaa|
In the Symbols of Kwanzaa picture to the left, the crops are the Mazao which are symbolic of African harvest celebrations and of the rewards of productive and collective labor.
Find out more about Kwanzaa: http://www.officialkwanzaawebsite.org