December 26, 2020
Daily at 3:00 PM Eastern
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Meeting ID: 811 7573 5753
Umoja  (Unity)
Saturday, December 26,
Historian and cultural curator Professor Darrell Stover 
will provide content regarding traditional Kwanzaa practices as well as its cultural and historical overview. He will be joined by Sidney Rose McCall, the McCall Family, and Dare Books owner Desmond Reid.
Kujichagulia (Self-Determination) 
Sunday, December 27
Representatives of the Historic Black Towns and Settlements Alliance, Inc. (HBTSA) are Mayor Alberta McCrory, Hobson City, AL; Mayor Eulah Peterson, Mound Bayou, MS; and Tanya Debose, Independence Heights, Houston, TX.
(Collective Work and Responsibility)
Monday, December 28
"In the tradition of Ujima, a candle lighting of the third candle, description of the principle, and how it has been captured in the words and writings of Black intellectuals" will be the focus of
Professor Darrell Stover.
Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
Tuesday, December 29
Curator: Renata Sago
This conversation about cooperative economics will focus on the opportunities and challenges that exist for people reentering society, particularly Black women. I
mages from Black Mary (a project from journalist Renata Sago and her mother Kanika Sago, a formerly incarcerated Black woman), as well as voices on the frontlines in Illinois, Florida, and California who are working to incite change via housing, food, and employment resources will be featured.
Nia (Purpose) 
Wednesday, December 30
Town Hall, An invitation to the Public via social media will be extended for participants to discuss what Purpose means for her/him/them.
Moderators: N. Y. Nathiri and Sidney Rose McCall
Kuumba (Creativity) 
Thursday, December 31
A Showcase of Creatives who will share and demonstrate their respective   art forms will feature Trent Tomengo, Marquis Hunt and Gwen and Will Covington.
Imani (Faith)
Friday, January 1
Town Hall, An open Invitation to all participants to discuss what Faith means to her/him/them will the culminating activity of
the Kwanzaa Celebration
N.Y. Nathiri and Sidney Rose McCall will facilitate.
January 7-31, 2021
Historic Eatonville and Orange County, Florida

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(As of December 8, 2020)
Because of the collaborative relationships P.E.C. enjoys, ZORA!® Festival 2021 will present an array of outstanding offerings.  With gratitude, we acknowledge those below.
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Holiday Hours of Operation: 
Monday, December 28- Thursday, December 31 
11 AM - 2 PM

For more information contact Cynthia Haywood: Museum Docent
The Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community, Inc. (P.E.C.) is a historic preservation/cultural arts/community revitalization organization, which was established in 1987 and incorporated by the State of Florida in 1988.  P.E.C. has 501 (c) 3 status as determined by the Internal Revenue Service. Our FEIN is 59-2952662.
COVID-19-related funding to the Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community, Inc. (P.E.C.)  provided by:
Florida Humanities Council, State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs, and United Arts of Central Florida

We are governed by a Board of Directors, whose members are:
Winfred Chad McKendrick, President
Tadayuki (Tad) Hara, Ph.D., Vice President
Joshua Smith-Benson, PharmD., Treasurer
Rasheeda Garricks, MBA, Secretary
Marie-José François, MD, Immediate Past President
John W. Beacham
Ava K. Doppelt, Esq.
Harietta Finley White
Thomas S. Kornegay
Reginald Lewis
Reginald B. McGill
Jenneil Ross
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