With the holidays approaching many families will be celebrating the holidays a little differently this year. With so many gatherings going virtual because of the pandemic, this year’s Kwanzaa festivities will be no different. The New York Times decided to highlight 5 families across the country to see how they will be celebrating in light of the ongoing crisis.
One of these families was that of local psychologist Dr. Folami Prescott-Adams. She has hosted a Kwanzaa celebration for over 2 decades that usually features a potluck-style dinner from over 30 families. With the celebration being virtual this year, the NY Times checked in to see how this year’s festivities will transpire and to get a taste of her famous barbeque Tofu.
You can read the whole article here to see how families are still staying true to the principles of Kwanzaa despite this year’s hardship.