Kwanzaa Traditions




Celebrate Kwanzaa __ Decorating ideas, food and more.  "Red, black and green are the official colors of Kwanzaa, and Pan-Africanism. These colors also appear on the African-American Unity flag, which is an excellent starting point for your holiday decorating." - From - : Articles & Features : Dash of Soul : Kwanzaa Traditions __ "As with any holiday, Kwanzaa traditions vary and continue to evolve with each celebration. Though the holiday is a celebration of African-American heritage and culture, it is important to remember that African-Americans are diverse, reflecting a broad spectrum of experiences and lifestyles. Kwanzaa traditions also reflect this diversity."  You will learn about gift making, menus, honoring the ancestors and much more. - From - 

Happy Kwanzaa __ This site, which is excellent for younger students, talks about how families get ready for the Kwanzaa holiday, and what principles each of the seven days represent. - From Bry-Back Manor -


Kids Domain - Kwanzaa Time __ You will find activities, coloring pages, history, e-cards, clip-art and more. - illustrated - From - 

Kwanzaa - activities recipes history __ "Teach your children the history and meaning behind the Kwanzaa holiday with this helpful information. You will find great ideas for Kwanzaa decorations and crafts for your children to make for family and friends." - From - 

Kwanzaa __ Here you can learn about the traditions of this African-American holiday celebrated in December. Learn about the seven symbols. - From - 

Kwanzaa Celebrations __ "Kwanzaa is a relatively new holiday, so families and organizations have the freedom to start their own traditions and observe the harvest festival with as much creativity, or Kuumba, as they like. Gathering together to celebrate Kwanzaa might be a casual cultural ceremony to some families, while it represents a more spiritual observance to others."  History, traditions and more.  Some annoying pop-ups that even get through pop-up blockers. - From -

Kwanzaa Traditions __ A couple of delicious sounding Kwanzaa recipes. - From - 

Kwanzaa Traditions: Honoring Black Unity, Family Bonds and an African Heritage __ "The new kid on the winter holiday block, Kwanzaa was established in 1966 to celebrate and reaffirm African American identity and culture. Currently, an estimated two million people take part in this seven-day harvest celebration each year, and for many black Americans, it has joined Christmas as a major focus of the season."  You will find several things you can do to celebrate the holiday. - From The Dr. Spock Company -,1510,4773,00.html 

Not Just for Kids! Kwanzaa Links __ You will find a list of resources about the Kwanzaa holiday. - From Not Just for Kids -


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