Society Holidays Kwanzaa
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Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday. It begins on December 26 and lasts through January 1.

Sites listed in this category should be suitable for visitors of all ages, but designed primarily for adult visitors. Sites provide material related to Kwanzaa, including historical background, holiday stories and poems, graphics, and ideas for celebrating. Sites may also provide information for parents and teachers, such as suggested family activities and lesson plans.

Sites especially for children are listed in Kids_and_Teens/People_and_Society/Holidays_and_Special_Days/Kwanzaa/.

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The Official Kwanzaa Web Site
All about the holiday, its origins, its symbols, and its significance. From Kwanzaa creator Dr. Maulana Karenga.
Better Homes and Gardens: Kwanzaa Celebrations
Features delicious menus, d├ęcor, traditions, and crafts.
CNN - Specials: Kwanzaa 1998
Archived collection of information about celebrating the holiday including history, symbols, food, stories and additional web resources.
Kwanza
An explanation of Kwanzaa from Afrocentric News.
Kwanzaa on the Net
A celebration of the festival with history, stories, crafts, and recipes.
Soul of America: Kwanzaa Celebrations
Features a directory of planned events in various cities, mostly in the United States.
Wikipedia - Kwanzaa
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the history, principles, symbols and observance of the holiday.
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