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Tuesday, December 28, 2010


Habari  Gani
Collective Work
and Responsibility

I know you are under the misconception that you have not celebrated Kwanzaa, but I am here to tell you, you have.
Ujima tells us to work collectively and make our brothers and sisters problems, our problems.  Although this formal idea of collective work sounds new, you have been practicing this principal for a long time. 

There is a leech......I mean friend or relative that calls on you, with their daily drama.  You never turn them away.  Even if they are grown and living off of their 76 year old mother's pension.  It is a challenge but, you take on this poor old sad sack doing all you can to get them off your back.......I mean back on track.  Sing your praises you have done good work, Ujima.


Antonio Arcos said...
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Cassandra Bromfield's Blogs said...

Original Photo that was used in this post was by Photographer Antonio Arcos, was removed by his request.

When I use photos without permission I will post the photographers link or the link in which I got the photo from. The photo of the hands came from another site and that was the link I used. Still this was a problem for the artist, so it was removed

The intention was not "steal" the artists rights. I thought it was the best way to illustrate and celebrate the Kwanzaa principal, Ujima, collective work.

I apologize for any issues this may have caused

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