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Kwanzaa is an African American festival that celebrates family, community and culture. It began in 1966 and based on various African harvest festivals in an attempt to bring African Americans together and remind them of their roots. On this day, African American families light the Kinara, a special candleholder, and discuss the seven principles that form the basis of the festival.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Crabtree Publishing
Publication Date:
2008
Series:
Celebrations in My World

Format

  • Adobe PDF eBook 3.7 MB
Kwanzaa
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