invites you to our annual Kwanzaa celebration!
Join us on ZOOM at 6pm every night of Kwanzaa for a community celebration this holiday season. The final night (January 1) will be a combination of virtual and a limited in-person event at the museum. AACHM Kwanzaa is seven nights of education, entertainment, participation, and praise.
Guest speakers, dancers, drummers, local students, and community members will help us celebrate the 7 principles of Kwanzaa (detailed schedule below). Recordings will be added after each session, so bookmark this page!
Kwanzaa is almost here! The first day kicks off in:
The big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as we’re always up to something new and exciting.
“The Key Ingredient For Our Return To Greatness” featuring historian Jamon Jordan
“Taking the Torch From Our Ancestors To Find New Ways To Improve Our Community” featuring Dr. Kalvin Harvel
Collective Work & Responsibility
“Black Washtenaw- A Look into Yesterday’s African American Community As A Blue Print for Tomorrow” featuring Pat Horne-McGee and friends
The Virtual Kwanzaa Market Place “Connecting With Black Businesses In Our Own Backyard”
The Think Tank - “A Conversation With Black School Educators On How They Use Black Magic To Give Purpose To Their Students And Excite Them About Learning”
“Witnessing Black Creative Expression in Dance, Music, Scripts, and Art”
“Let The Circle Be Unbroken- The Elders Council - Speaking Wisdom And Success In Our Youth”
The African-American Cultural & Historical Museum of Washtenaw Country is working to expand our capacity for visitors in our new space. Please contact us for a visit!
1528 Pontiac Trail, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105, United States