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Each year, under the direction of Brother Webster Wallace (Nu Psi ’57), the chapter produces a colorful Kwanzaa Celebration which is free and open to the public, and generally held at a local library. This year’s event, held virtually via Zoom due to COVID-19, was viewed by nearly 100 households and included the traditional candle lighting and libation offering ceremonies, a poetry recitation, presentations by young children, and an explanation of the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa, with heavy emphasis on the Fourth Principle, Ujamaa, (Cooperative Economics). The celebration ended traditionally with a “Harambee” (all pull together) chant.