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1.5" WOOD ELEPHANT WITH BABY INSIDE
12" WOOD LOVE GIRAFFE
13" WIDE KWANZZA KINARA
13" X 7 " MAP OF AFRICA KWANZAA KINARA
18" WOOD GIRAFFE STANDING
2" WOOD ELEPHANT WITH BABY INSIDE (Set of 2)
MAP OF AFRICA KWANZAA KINARA
Medium KWANZAA KINARA WITH CARVINGS
THICK WOOD KWANZAA KINARA
THICK WOOD KWANZAA KINARA
THICK WOOD KWANZAA KINARA
Price: $98.00
Sale Price: $48.00
Product id: AF12698 BKWA-TW
Availability: In stock

Solid wood Kwanzaa Kinara. The most affordable full size Kinara. Approx. 13" X 7". WOODCARVING: THICK WOOD KWANZAA KINARA Kwanzaa is based on the year-end harvest festivals that have taken place throughout Africa for thousands of years. The name comes from the Swahili phrase "matunda ya kwanza," which means "first fruits of the harvest." Karenga chose a phrase from Swahili because the language is used by various peoples throughout Africa. Colorful Celebrations Families gather for the great feast of karamu on December 31. Karamu may be held at a home, community center, or church. Celebrants enjoy traditional African dishes as well as those featuring ingredients Africans brought to the United States, such as sesame seeds (benne), peanuts (groundnuts), sweet potatoes, collard greens, and spicy sauces. Especially at karamu, Kwanzaa is celebrated with red, black, and green. These three colors were important symbols in ancient Africa that gained new recognition through the efforts of Marcus Garvey's Black Nationalist movement. Green is for the fertile land of Africa; black is for the color of the people; and red is the for the blood that is shed in the struggle for freedom. The Seven Symbols Celebrants decorate with red, black, and green as well as African-style textiles and art. At the heart of Kwanzaa imagery, however, are the seven symbols. Read more: Kwanzaa: History, Food, Colors, Candles, Symbols, Activites, Crafts,


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