Seven Symbols of Kwanzaa

Find everything you need to celebrate Kwanzaa from Kinaras & Umoja unity cups beautifully handcrafted by Black Artisans, to traditional Kwanzaa candles, Mkeka mats, African ornaments, wood decor, accessories, and more!

Mission. Identity. Purpose. Direction.

Premier purveyor of high quality hand carved African arts and crafts rooted in uncompromising values and principles, helping people globally celebrate Kwanzaa, start new traditions, connect with African culture and heritage, and give the most unique, thoughtful, creative, inspiring, and purposeful gifts. 

Every one of our Kwanzaa products are proudly made in the USA are rarely sourced, helps give identity, purpose, and direction to people of all cultures, ethnicities, and racial backgrounds, celebrating and honoring African cultural and historical heritage, by uniting in meditation and study of African history, traditions, and Nguzo Saba, the seven principles of Kwanzaa. 

So, go ahead shop and checkout with our unique Kwanzaa products at a thrilling great value!


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60 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ, 07095

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We ordered this as part of our holiday display in our office lobby. The set is beautiful. We loved the laminated instructions. The best part of this transaction was the customer service of the company. I received quick follow up emails, the package came faster than I anticipated and there is even a thank you note inside.

I'm happy to have supported an independent African American company. I wish you much success.

Anna, D
London, UK

I love the design and thoroughness. I really appreciate the responsiveness and going above and beyond for customer service. 

Los Angeles, California

The Kwanzaa Celebration set was the perfect combo for our display at school. I love the laminated instructions and information about Kwanzaa that were included.

Hockessin, Delaware

 I am a school librarian in an urban community and like to represent different celebrations and holidays throughout the year. I normally have to type up explanations, but there is a wonderful informational guide explaining Kwanzaa and the craftsmanship is excellent. I lost my last Kwanzaa Kinara set while moving jobs and am so pleased with this. My African-American students, some who had never heard of Kwanzaa, couldn’t wait to share this with their family. Thank you, thank you, thank you! 

Info Priestess

Join the Movement to Make December 26, Officially A Public Kwanzaa Holiday

We believe that December 26, the first day of KWANZAA, a commemorative celebration for all people living in the United States should be a national public holiday, giving everyone time to connect, celebrate, and honor African culture and heritage.

When people take time to honor and celebrate African culture and heritage, they feel more connected to it and develop an increased sense of community and respect for all people. We further hope to raise awareness that post traumatic slave syndrome is real, to inspire research dedicated to developing culture appropriate services and programs to support the mental health of African American families suffering the illness.

Mental illness affects everyone. That's why we are taking a stand and committing that on December 26, the first day of KWANZAA we will celebrate, honor, explore, and connect with African culture and heritage, focusing on what KWANZAA means and how to be a proud African American despite the past, to create a brighter future, build and maintain a collective community with respect for all people, and that the first day of KWANZAA should be recognized as a national public holiday everywhere.

Sign and share the petition to join the movement to support Make December 26, Officially A Public KWANZAA Holiday. 

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