[ US /ˈkwɑnzə/ ]
  1. a festival featuring African-American culture; celebrated between Christmas and New Year
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How To Use Kwanzaa In A Sentence

  • Kwanzaa also has seven basic symbols which represent values and concepts reflective of African culture.
  • Performances will include traditional harvest dance processions around the campus, along with explanations about the background of Kwanzaa.
  • There are gifts to buy for Christmas, Hanukkah and the African - American celebration of Kwanzaa.
  • A little girl and her family prepare for Kwanzaa: They pull out the kinara and place the seven candles, they add yams, apples and nuts to the kikombe, and as the first day begins they ask, "Habari gani?"
  • Kwanzaa is a seven - day festival celebrating the culture and history of African Americans.
  • $mas xmas x-mas christmas hannukah channukah kwanzaa solstice holiday thanksgiving by Jim Strider Urban Word of the Day
  • Next week, students will make a candleholder called a kinara when studying Kwanzaa on Monday. Top Stories
  • Kwanzaa a seven - day festival celebrating the culture and history of African Ameiricans.
  • You may be separated from loved ones, or Jewish or Buddhist or a Kwanzaa celebrator. Lea Lane: If You Don't Celebrate Christmas ....
  • For the duration of the holiday, from Dec. 26 until Jan. 1, stores will put on Kwanzaa displays using African themes and featuring a kinara.
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