Celebrating Kwanzaa With Harrisburg’s Black-Owned Businesses

Major Prep, owned by Bryan Majors
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Just because Christmas ended does not mean that the holidays are over quite yet. Kwanzaa, the eight-day celebration recognizing African American and Pan-African principles and culture, began on Sunday.

Two of Harrisburg’s Black-owned businesses offer a way both to practice Ujamaa (cooperative economics), the fourth principle that is represented on the fourth day of Kwanzaa, and Umoja (unity), the first principle, which is represented on the first day of Kwanzaa.

Major Prep, owned by Bryan Majors, is more than fashion. The goal of Major Prep is to help the community mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually reach its goals. This is represented through the mission of “Power, Wealth and Excellence,” not only in the apparel, but through motivational speaking, fitness training and other forms of empowerment. Read more.

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