On the second day of Kwanzaa, a leading promoter of AfroLatino culture talks about the roots of this African-American celebration and its growing presence in Latino families in the US and Caribbean countries. In this year-end, non-religious ritual, families pledge to honor their ancestors and reflect on traditional principles of unity and cooperation. This program is a repeat. The original was aired on December 26, 1997.
Guest: Roland Roebuck, Manager, Hispanic Programs, Department of Human Resources, Government of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC.
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