Meri Danquah: Thoughts on Kwanzaa Millions of people recently celebrated Kwanzaa. For many African Americans, this holiday is a chance to celebrate their African roots. In a holiday rebroadcast, Ghanian-born commentator Meri Danquah says for her, Kwanzaa stirs up a different kind of memory
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Meri Danquah: Thoughts on Kwanzaa

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Meri Danquah: Thoughts on Kwanzaa

Meri Danquah: Thoughts on Kwanzaa

Meri Danquah: Thoughts on Kwanzaa

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Millions of people recently celebrated Kwanzaa. For many African Americans, this holiday is a chance to celebrate their African roots. In a holiday rebroadcast, Ghanian-born commentator Meri Danquah says for her, Kwanzaa stirs up a different kind of memory