Kwanzaa is a cultural and spiritual holiday celebrated by African American families. Developed in 1966, Kwanzaa is based on seven principles called Nguzo Saba. It is celebrated from December 26 through January 1.
- Official Kwanzaa Website
This site offers information on the history, colors, gifts and celebrations of Kwanzaa.
- Kwanzaa Shop
A variety of gifts and supplies for celebrating the holiday, including traditional kinara kits, a Kwanzaa coloring book, wrapping paper and greeting cards.
- Kwanzaa Recipes
Simple recipes include peanut soup with okra croutons, benne cakes and African vegetable stew.
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