Unisex Kwanzaa Celebration Sweatshirt, Black Christmas Sweatshirt, African Holiday Sweatshirt, Peace love Kwanzaa, Women's Kwanzaa Sweatshirt, Happy Kwanzaa Sweatshirt, Kwanzaa Gift

Size: S
Sale price$32.98 Regular price$34.98


  • 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
  • Imported
  • No Closure closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Either tagless or with easily removed tearaway tag for comfort
  • Made with a portion of recycled polyester
  • Patented low-pill fabric
  • Lay flat collar keeps its shape wash after wash

Kwanzaa, which is observed from December 26 through January 1, is a seven-day celebration of African roots, observed by people of all faith backgrounds, since it's not tied to any religion. Instead, the African American and Pan African holiday is anchored by seven principles known as the Nguzo Saba which aims to inspire Black people to be united, self-determined, accountable for their communities, financially invested in Black-owned businesses, purposeful with their lives, creative and full of faith.

The word Kwanzaa comes from the Swahili phrase “matunda ya kwanza” or first fruits, referring to the agricultural harvest festivals that are found throughout Africa.

Born out of the Black Power Movement of the 1960s, and founded in 1966 in the United States by activist and educator Dr. Maulana Karenga, Kwanzaa was formed as a way to empower people to rediscover their African heritage and concretize the expression of the Nguzo Saba. This is a value system organized by seven key principles.

The Kwanzaa candle colors are black, red, and green.

When observing Kwanzaa, the black candle symbolizes the people themselves, the three red candles are for the struggle or blood shed in the past, and the three green candles represent the Earth or the abundance of possibilities the future holds.

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