Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday. It begins on December 26 and lasts through January 1. Sites listed in this section should be suitable for visitors of all ages, but designed primarily for adult visitors. Sites provide material related to Kwanzaa, including historical background, holiday stories and poems, graphics, and ideas for celebrating. Sites may also provide information for parents and teachers, such as suggested family activities and lesson plans. Sites especially for children are listed in http:--The Directory.org-Kids_and_Teens-People_and_Society-Holidays_and_Celebrations. Kwanzaa Holidays Society.
Kwanzaa ( / ˈ k w ɑː n . z ə / ) is a week-long celebration held in the United States and in other nations of the Western African diaspora in the Americas. (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration held in the United States and in other nations of the African diaspora in the Americas. The celebration honors African heritage in African-American culture and is observed from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a feast and gift-giving. Kwanzaa has seven core principles. It was created by Maulana Karenga and was first celebrated in 1966?67.
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- Dashiki ? a shirt or suit worn during Kwanzaa celebrations.
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- Explains Happy Kwanzaa www
Explains the meaning and principles of Kwanzaa. Happy Kwanzaa.
- An Kwanza www
An explanation of Kwanzaa from Afrocentric News. Kwanza.
- A Kwanzaa on the Net www
A celebration of the festival with history, the Net, stories, crafts, and recipes. Kwanzaa on the Net.
- Features Better Homes and Gardens: Kwanzaa Celebrations www
Features delicious menus, Homes and Gardens: Kwanzaa Celebrations, décor, traditions, and crafts. Better Homes and Gardens: Kwanzaa Celebrations.
- Collection CNN - Specials: Kwanzaa 1998 www
Collection of information about celebrating the holiday including history, Specials: Kwanzaa 1998, symbols, food, stories and additional web resources. CNN - Specials: Kwanzaa 1998.
- Features Soul of America: Kwanzaa Celebrations www
Features a directory of planned events in various cities, America: Kwanzaa Celebrations, mostly in the United States. Soul of America: Kwanzaa Celebrations.
- Unitarian Lessons from the Kwanzaa Candles www
Unitarian Universalist worship service for Kwanzaa. Lessons from the Kwanzaa Candles.
- Lists Kwanzaa An African-American Celebration www
Lists and explains the seven principles of Kwanzaa, African-American Celebration, defines terms, and tells what the holiday colors represent. Kwanzaa An African-American Celebration.
- Free Kwanzaa Land www
Free graphics, Land, fun coloring pages, general information, extensive glossary, links to recipes, puzzles, and games. Kwanzaa Land.
- All The Official Kwanzaa Web Site www
All about the holiday, Official Kwanzaa Web Site, its origins, its symbols, and its significance. From Kwanzaa creator Dr. Maulana Karenga. The Official Kwanzaa Web Site.
- Clip Kaboose: Clip Art & Icons www
Clip art for many major holidays and kid/educational topics. Kaboose: Clip Art & Icons.
- Original HolidayGraphics.com www
Original holiday graphics for personal use. HolidayGraphics.com.
- Reverend Front Page Magazine | Kwanzaa -- Racist Holiday from Hell www
Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson argues that Kwanzaa is a politically-motivated holiday that undermines rather than supports black America. | Kwanzaa -- Racist Holiday from Hell. Front Page Magazine | Kwanzaa -- Racist Holiday from Hell.
- An Front Page - Happy Kwanzaa www
An expose on the origin of the holiday, Page - Happy Kwanzaa, alleged criminal history and mental illness of its founder. Front Page - Happy Kwanzaa.
- Alexa: Kwanzaa Holidays
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Kwanzaa Holidays
- DMOZ: Kwanzaa Holidays
dmoz.org Directory: Kwanzaa Holidays