A holiday that no Black people I know celebrate.
Well , one year my Uncle tried to , but we all laughed at him.
You gave me a fruit horn for Kwanzaa? OK , joke's over , where's my Christmas present?
by oy December 28, 2003
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It's the right-on power handshake of the 1990s. Yet another politically correct tactic to get whites to pay attention to non-whites, primarily blacks. It's a fabricated holiday based on race, invented by a convicted felon, which is too third world for most black Americans, too jewish for black muslims, and too stupid for everyone else. Now that's a fine example for the ghetto children of the world!
I'm cwazy for Kwanzaa!
by Duke December 24, 2004
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Tyrone: Yo man what you gettin me fo kwanzaa

Jamal: Nuttin man its just da black hanukkah
by Mgaz December 25, 2011
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A popular file sharing program for African-Americans.
Yo' nigga, joo download dat porno of KwAnZzA? Dam dat shit is wak!

Fo' Sho!
by Michael K. January 04, 2005
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A fake and gay holiday made up by some random black guy in the 60's.
Person 1: I'm being politically correct and celebrating Kwanzaa!
Person 2: What the fuck is Kwanzaa?
Person 1: I dunno
by iThItStHeFaN May 08, 2010
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A holdiday created in the country of Africa. The day where African Americans gather around Pride Rock to celebrate The king of Africa, Simba, the King who saved the african americans from his evil uncle
Kwanzaa-hakuna matata,
by Clayton Bigsby... December 21, 2019
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A holiday developed by a Dr. Maulana "Ron" Karenga, a black militant, Marxist, and convicted felon.
Just five years after this, he was convicted of torturing two black women to death.

Observed from December 26 to January 1, Kwanzaa is based on a mixture of East African harvest rituals, called "first fruits" by Karenga and 1960's radicalism. This is in spite of the fact most slaves came from West Africa.

Viewed as an "alternative" to Christmas, it, nonetheless, is based on race, and not in faith.
I really don't care if Kwanzaa is celebrated, just don't let the PC crowd force it down our throats.
by tradesman December 24, 2003
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