Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder
Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder

Carved Wooden KWANZAA Kinara - African American Heritage - Afro American Celebration - 7 Arm Candelabra - 1960s - Kwanzaa Candle Holder

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+ Hand-carved wooden Kwanzaa kinara
+ Kwanzaa is an African-Americans celebration of life from 26 December to 1 January. Dr. Maulana Karenga introduced the festival in 1966 to the United States as a ritual to welcome the first harvests to the home. Dr. Karenga created this festival for Afro-Americans as a response to the commercialism of Christmas.