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Kwanzaa Resources

Kwanzaa Resources


Links Verified on 11/28/2022








1. 12 Essential Kwanzaa Recipes for Your Holiday Feast.

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The recipes featured during Kwanzaa highlight the fruits and vegetables of the harvest, with influences from African cuisine. SEE MORE
 
2. 28 Best Kwanzaa Recipe Ideas.

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Whether gathering with community for a holiday feast or sitting down with family for a small, at-home celebration, these 28 recipes make it easy to bring the best to your table. SEE MORE
 
3. Activity Village's Kwanzaa Activities.

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Celebrating Kwanzaa with the kids? We've got information, some fun colouring pages, puzzles, worksheets and other printables to make your celebrations special! SEE MORE
 
4. Healthy Kwanzaa Recipes.

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Here you'll find healthy, delicious Kwanzaa recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. SEE MORE
 
5. History: Kwanzaa.

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Did you know? The seven principles, or Nguzo Saba are a set of ideals created by Dr. Maulana Karenga. Each day of Kwanzaa emphasizes a different principle. Find out more here. SEE MORE
 
6. Holidays for Kids: Kwanzaa - Ducksters.

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Kids learn about Kwanzaa. The history and facts about this holiday which celebrates African American heritage. SEE MORE
 
7. How to Celebrate Kwanzaa.

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Seven ways to celebrate Kwanzaa. SEE MORE
 
8. Kwanza.

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Britannica resource for Kwanzaa information. SEE MORE
 
9. Kwanzaa (first day) in the United States.

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Kwanzaa is a week-long holiday honoring African culture and traditions. It falls between December 26 and January 1 each year. Maulana Karenga, an African-American leader, proposed this observance and it was first celebrated between December 1966 and January 1967. SEE MORE
 
10. Kwanzaa -- Christmas Customs and Traditions.

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Kwanzaa is a seven day festival that celebrates African and African American culture and history. SEE MORE
 
11. Kwanzaa Activities by Primary Games.

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This site offers an online storybook, games, coloring pages, postcards, and other Kwanzaa links.  SEE MORE
 
12. Kwanzaa Activities.

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Hands-on Kwanzaa activities to help children light the Kinara and celebrate with their families. Kids who don't observe the holiday can broaden their cultural horizons and relate better to peers.  SEE MORE
 
13. Kwanzaa for Kids & Teachers.

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This site offers information about Kwanzaa, a story of Kwanzaa, games, and activities for kids. There are recipes, presentations, and free clip art for teachers. SEE MORE
 
14. Kwanzaa For Kids.

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Games and activities for kids celebrating Kwanzaa. SEE MORE
 
15. Kwanzaa History & Culture.

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National geographic explains how it came to be—and what it means today. SEE MORE
 
16. Kwanzaa Lesson Plan: Habari Gani.

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Learn about Kwanzaa, the world's fastest growing holiday, with these activities and Internet links. SEE MORE
 
17. Kwanzaa Recipes & Menus.

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Make this year's Kwanzaa celebration a treat with delicious traditional recipes and menus. Check out chef-selected Kwanzaa menus to help pick a complete meal that tastes great and will satisfy your hungry guests. Try the fresh Kwanzaa menu that pairs food from Africa and the New World, tasty Kwanzaa meals that emphasizes fruits and vegetables, or a Southern menu, which spices up dinner with Cajun flavors, cheese grits, and bright, fresh coleslaw.  SEE MORE
 
18. Kwanzaa Recipes.

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Benee cakes, sweet potato fritters and much more can be found on this Kwanzaa recipe page. SEE MORE
 
19. National Museum of African American History & Culture.

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Learn how Kwanzaa is a time for families and communities to come together to remember the past and to celebrate African American culture. Includes a video on the start of the ceremony. SEE MORE
 
20. The Best Kwanzaa Recipes.

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Kwanzaa recipes from the Food Network. Includes classic comfort foods,several takes on collard greens, and sweet treats for dessert. SEE MORE
 
21. The Brain Celebrates Kwanzaa.

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See how the Brain gets ready for Kwanzaa. Includes a printable from the story. SEE MORE
 
22. The Holiday Spot.

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The Holiday Spot has several Kwanzaa links. SEE MORE
 
23. The Official Kwanzaa Website.

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Kwanzaa brings a cultural message which speaks to the best of what it means to be African and human in the fullest sense. SEE MORE
 
24. The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa.

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What are the seven principles of Kwanzaa? SEE MORE
 

 

 

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