Kwanzaa expo mixes African-American culture and tech

Read more black newsSan Jose Mercury News – Along with dance and music celebrating the annual African-American holiday at the Kwanzaa Village Youth Expo was a message: “Am I all I ought to be?” Jacky Anderson of Vallejo asked a crowd of young people at the Hoover Middle School Theater. To best answer that question, she said, “go to college, study, graduate.”

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