Seven Symbols of Kwanzaa

Seven Symbols of Kwanzaa

MAZAO (crops) Rewards for work we do MKEKE (straw mat) Our base or foundation KINARA (candleholder) Our tie to the land, our ancestors VIBUNZI (ears of corn) Cycle of life ZAWADI (presents, gifts) Gifts, rewards KIKOMBE CHA UMOJA (Unity Cup) All drink from the same cup. Unity. MISUMMA SABA (Seven Candles) One for each day of Kwanzaa, they represent the days of the celebration. 3 red for the struggle, 1 black for the people, and 3 green for the land.
 
 
 
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