Asked by: Lahoussine Hirschberg
asked in category: General Last Updated: 28th June, 2020

How do you wish someone Happy Kwanzaa?

Here are some idea-starters for adding your own touch to a Kwanzaa wish:
  1. Wishing you warmth and togetherness this Kwanzaa.
  2. Hope your Kwanzaa is filled with joy and prosperity.
  3. Celebrating love, community, and family.
  4. Light, happiness, and peace to you in the coming year.
  5. Kwanzaa blessings to you and yours.

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Hereof, what is the traditional Kwanzaa greeting?

There's also a special greeting used during Kwanzaa in Swahili. It's 'Habari gani' and the reply is the principle for that day. (Umoja on the first day, Kujichagulia on the second and so on.) The Kwanzaa festival was created by Dr.

Secondly, is it Merry Kwanzaa or Happy Kwanzaa? The Back to Africa movement could make a comeback and Kwanzaa might someday be more widely observed. But at this point in time, saying "Happy Holidays" and "Merry Christmas" to African-Americans seems to be sufficient. For those who do celebrate the black holiday, "Happy Kwanzaa."

In this way, is it OK to say Happy Kwanzaa?

You can spell it Kwanzaa or Kwanza Regardless, it's still pronounced "kwahn-zuh." You can listen to this nice man say it here. The name comes from the Swahili phrase "matunda ya kwanza," which means "first fruits."

How do you say Happy Kwanzaa in African?

Kwanzaa yenu iwe na heri! - Happy Kwanzaa! Kwanzaa (kwahn-ZAH) is an annual cultural observance, which is recognized by Black people from December 26 thru January 1, each year: Kwanzaa is non-political.

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