In the 70s, BBQ Days and Basement Party Nights filled Brooklyn Weekends – and gave party goers a reason to go glam. -Continuing our style through the decades ‘series.
“The Kwanza Principle of Ujamaa refers to economic solidarity and cooperation. Originally,the word Ujamaa in Swahili simply meant “familyhood”. It was Julius K. Nyerere, the founder president of Tanzania (1961-1985 years in power), who gave the concept the sense of economic family-hood at the national level in Tanzania – a kind of African version of socialism. What Kwanzaa has done is to make Nyerere’s concept of Ujamaa remain economic but not necessarily socialist. Ujamaa can be solidarity in free enterprise. ~ Linguistic Dilemmas of Afrocentricity | The Diaspora Experience [Personal Finance, Education, Employment, Enterprise]
After nearly a year of messy buns, sweats pants and zoom meetings; a look-back at styles through the decades. This one from the late 1960s.