Kwanzaa, originally created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, is an annual celebration that African Americans partake in. Inspired to become a holiday to bring African Americans together as a community and to reconnect with our loved ones and ourselves, Kwanzaa is holiday many we can appreciate and enjoy. Therefore, today we are going to share a few ways in which you can celebrate Kwanzaa with Southern-inspired traditions.
Since Kwanzaa focuses on seven core symbols and seven principles it is ideal to add some Southern inspired thoughts and ideas into the base symbols and principles of what Kwanzaa is all about. Get inspired and learn how to celebrate Kwanzaa with home, food and lifestyle inspiration to honor history and heritage.
Looking to finalize details for your final Kwanzaa celebration? Love modern decor and style and want to take your holiday style to the next level to make it a special experience for your family and
Love history and learning about southern culture especially from the Crescent City. We have the perfect book list for you to add to your library collection. Check out our favorite New Orleans African American History
The City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs presents two concurrent exhibits, Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color by Andrew Feiler and HBCUs: Creating Power Through Education by Synthia SAINT JAMES, on view at City Gallery August 23 through
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