Category: Kwanzaa

Holidays: Kwanzaa – A Celebration of African Heritage – December 26 through January 1

Shalom, everyone! The holiday of Kwanzaa is a seven-day festival observed each year in the African-American and many African Diaspora communities around the world from December 26th through January 1st on the Gregorian calendar. The non-sectarian holiday, created by African-American activist Maulana Karenga, celebrates African heritage in the African-American and African Diaspora cultures. Kwanzaa was first […]

Holiday Greetings: Joyous Kwanzaa from #Kwanzaa wishes all who remember and observe “Heri Za Kwanzaa” or a “Joyous Kwanzaa!” Kwanzaa is a seven-day, non-sectarian African diaspora festival celebrated annually from December 26 through January 1. The holiday was created in 1966 by African-American activist Maulana Karenga, formerly known as Ronald McKinley Everett. Kwanzaa celebrates the “Nguzo […]