Origin of Kwanzaa

La Shawn Barber writes on the origins of Kwanzaa:
Observed from December 26 to January 1, this “alternative” to Christmas is based on a mixture of East African harvest rituals called first fruits—according to Karenga—and 1960s radicalism, although most ancestors of black Americans were from West Africa.

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