Kwanzaa is celebrated by many North Americans of West African descent in recognition of their African heritage. The candles of a seven-branched candelabrum representing attributes such as unity, self-determination, responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith, are successively lit over the seven days of the festival.

Description provided by Mulitfaith Calendar

Repeats every year on the 26 of December 5 times.
Wed, 12/26/2012 (All day)