Kwanzaa Resources For Everyone!


Kwanzaa is a celebration of Family, Community, and Culture! It is an African-American and Pan-African celebration from December 26 to January 1 each year, and it is celebrated by tens of millions around the world. The language of Kwanzaa is Swahili (the Kiswahili language and African culture).  Here are recommended resources as you learn and grow in your journey of understanding.

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Official Kwanzaa Website   

Material on this site is summarized by Dr. Maulana Karenga.
  • Kwanzaa
    • Roots And Branches
    • The Symbols
    • Greetings
    • The Celebration
    • The Meditation
    • For Children
  • Nguzo Saba (the 7 Kwanzaa Principles)
    • Umoja
    • Kujichagulia
    • Ujima
    • Ujamaa
    • Nia
    • Kuumba
    • Imani
  • Founders Message
  • Kwanzaa Sets And Products

Kwanzaa Sets
  • Woven Mat, Kinara + Candles
  • Nguzo Saba Cards + Garland

Kwanzaa Awards
Acknowledging and recognizing the contributions and efforts of individuals and organizations who are embodying the Kwanzaa Principles.

Kwanzaa Anthology - Call for Artists!
Celebrating Unity, Creativity, and Community
AUG 31st

Kinara Park Kids ® 
Developing Character, Community, and Positive Values by Utilizing the 7 Timeless Principles of Kwanzaa in Everyday Life.

Paperback – January 1, 1996
by Maulana Karenga  (Author)

Living Your Kwanzaa: Seven Core Values and Cultural Principles to Cultivate, Harvest, and Share (Second Edition) 
by Roy J. Howell & Noni Ervin  
[Release: Q4 2024]

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