Kwanzaa, is an African-American celebration of cultural reaffirmation, is one of the fastest-growing holidays in the history of the world. It took root 30 years ago, when graduate student Maulana Karenga, disturbed by the 1965 riots in Los Angeles' Watts area, decided that African-Americans needed an annual event to celebrate their differences rather than the melting pot. Not a religious holiday, Kwanzaa is, rather, a seven-day celebration that begins on December 26 and continues through January 1.
Kwanzaa is from 26th December, 2020 - 1st January, 2021
History of Kwanzaa Know why and how the festival originated and the significance of each of its days.
Symbols Introduce yourself with the different things that have come to symbolise Kwanzaa.
Seven Days Know how you are expected to spend the seven days of the Kwanzaa festival.
Kwanzaa Feast Learn about this fun-filled Kwanzaa tradition and how it is annually