A fine Eastern Pende Panya-Gombe African mask. Coll.: David Norden
Kwanzaa celebration begins today
26 december 2003
By ELAINE ROSE, (609) 272-7215
The center of the celebration is the kinara, a seven-branched candelabrum
with black, red and green candles - black for the people, red for the
struggles they have endured and green for hope. The kinara is placed on a
mat and surrounded with fruits and vegetables, corn to represent the
children and a chalice that symbolizes unity. African art objects, woven cloths and other things to beautify the holiday are added.
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