The Complete Kwanzaa

The Complete Kwanzaa

Celebrating Our Cultural Harvest

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Baker & Taylor
A resource guide to Kwanzaa is organized around the seven principles and describes the traditions, practices, and cultural foundations of the holiday

Blackwell North Amer
Celebrated between December 26 and January 1, Kwanzaa is a joyous and deeply meaningful holiday that gives African Americans an opportunity to reunite with family and friends and to pay tribute to their rich cultural heritage.
For the millions of African Americans who already celebrate Kwanzaa, as well as for the millions of others who want to know more about it, The Complete Kwanzaa is a comprehensive guide that explains the traditional ceremonies, foods, and history of this joyful and spiritual holiday. Author Dorothy Winbush Riley offers a welcome introduction to the cultural foundations of Kwanzaa, practical tips on how to tailor celebrations to individual circumstances, and directions on how to hold a Karamu feast, as well as recipes.

Baker
& Taylor

A resource guide to Kwanzaa is organized around the seven principles and describes the traditions, practices, and cultural foundations of the holiday, providing celebrants with hundreds of suggestions for gift giving, food preparation, and more. Tour.

Publisher: New York ; HarperCollins, 1995
ISBN: 9780060172152
0060172150
Branch Call Number: 394.261 RIL
Characteristics: xi, 387 p. ; ill. 24 cm

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