Hosting the Holidays

A Colorful Kwanzaa Celebration

Gather family and friends around the table for an unforgettable celebration of African-American culture and history.

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Kwanzaa Kinara
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The Kinara Goes Modern

On each of the seven nights of Kwanzaa, tradition calls for lighting one candle in a colorful candleholder, called a kinara. Each of the candles represents one of the key principles at the center of the holiday, presenting an opportunity to share these values as, one-by-one, the candles are lit. The Kinara can be made from a variety of materials; this one is crafted from plywood and glass jars and is simple enough to let the kids help create it.

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