If you are familiar with the history of the Black Student Alliance at the University of Virginia, then you are well aware of its past efforts to both engage and observe the principles of Kwanzaa/Kawaida theory. BSA, particularly in the 1980s, viewed itself as a preserver and keeper of our best traditions. Today I want to spotlight one of its independent publications, Habari Gani, which was produced in the 1980s. It remains a valuable historical resource. This is the 1986 issue.