Archive for December, 2012


Wednesday, December 26th, 2012


Kwanzaa is here again!

Just in case you are wondering what Kwanzaa is or where the name Kwanzaa came from, below is some information about Kwanzaa.

Kwanzaa came from the Swahili (Common East African Language) string of words matunda ya kwanza which means “first fruits”. Maulana Karenga (RonaldEverett), a professor or African studies in the 1960s created and publicized Kwanzaa in an effort to dedicate a period in which Black heritage would be celebrated. Kwanzaa according to Professor Karenga has seven core principles also known as Nguzo Saba. The principles are:

Self-Determination, Unity, Purpose, Creativity, Faith, Responsibility and Collective Work, and Cooperative Economics.

Kwanzaa is celebrated for a week long. It is celebrated from the 26th of December until the 1st of January. kwanzaa is widely celebrated in the United States, Canada and some West African countries.

Kwanzaa colors are Red, Black and Green.

Generally African-Americans who celebrate Kwanzaa also celebrate Christmas.

Click here to view some African Clothing that may be suitable for Kwanzaa events.



Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

Merry Christmas Dupsies

It is that time of the year where we all come together to celebrate Christmas. Christmas is another opportunity for us to spend quality time with our loved ones.

We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year in Advance.

Enjoy the Holiday!