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Kwanzaa is for ALL of us.

Kwanzaa is for ALL the time.  

Kwanzaa is gratitude, reflection and radical self care.  

Kwanzaa is healing, reinvention and identity.

Kwanzaa is history and Kwanzaa is now.  It creates space for knowing ourselves, our ancestors, our futures.  

"It is a special and unique time to remember and honor our ancestors; to reflect on what it means to be African and human in the most expansive and meaningful sense; and to reaffirm the sacred beauty and goodness of ourselves and the rightfulness of our relentless struggle to be ourselves and free ourselves and contribute to an ever-expanding realm of freedom, justice and caring in the world. And Kwanzaa is a special and unique time and panAfrican space to recommit ourselves to our highest values that teach us to live our lives, do our work, and wage our struggles in dignityaffirming, life-enhancing, and world-preserving ways as we continue forward on the upward paths of our honored ancestors."

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thank you for celebrating with us! 
we will be back on 1/1 with lots of new adventures!

kinara (the candles  holders) & mishumaa saba (the candles) sab(childsafe LED or flame votive)

limited edition/ gallery ready nguzo sabo prints by anthony williams

Mkeka (The Mat)
Kikombe cha Umoja (The Unity Cup)

Muhindi (The Corn)
Mazao (TheCrops)
Zawadi (The Gifts)


Kinara (The Candle Holders)

This is symbolic of our roots, our parent people -- continental Africans.

Mishumaa Saba (The Seven Candles)

These are symbolic of the Nguzo Saba, the Seven Principles, 

Mkeka (The Mat)

This is symbolic of our tradition and history and therefore, the foundation on which we build.

Muhindi (The Corn)

This is symbolic of our children and our future which they embody.

Mazao (The Crops)

These are symbolic of African harvest celebrations and of the rewards of productive and collective labor.

Zawadi (The Gifts)

This is symbolic of our children and our future which they embody.

Kikombe cha Umoja (The Unity Cup)

This is symbolic of the foundational principle and practice of unity which makes all else possible.

inspiration quote magnets

educational resources


EIGHT limited edition prints by renown Chicago artist, Anthony Williams.

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