We ask you to imagine a world where African people all sing the same songs, all dance to the same music, all dream the same dreams, and all work for the same goals. This is the true purpose of Kwanzaa: to put us all on one accord. There will always be diversity in our songs, but we should strive to always make beautiful music.
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Source Notes: Quoted in Barbara Eklof, For Every Season: The Complete Guide to African American Celebrations, Traditional to Contemporary (1997). From Hall's greeting to the first National Kwanzaa Celebration, held on Jekyll Island, Ga., 27 December 1990.
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