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About Kwanzaa

About Kwanzaa

The Kwanzaa Collections is designed help us remember the seven principles of Kwanzaa more than once a year. This collection deliberately moves beyond the traditional red, black and green. It offers a new Black aesthetic which like Kwanzaa is uniquely diasporic.

Founded by Maulana Karinga, Kwanzaa was first celebrated in 1966. Kwanzaa begins on December 26th and ends on January 1st. Each day honors a principle, the nguzo saba or seven principles, which are core to building a strong and healthy community. The holiday culminates in a feast or karamu where we gather as a community or privately at home with all the best traditional foods.



Love this store and it’s creator! Second time customer and expecting to be coming back for more. The ‘Set Them Free’ items are among my favorites


My son loves this gaiter! He was so excited to get it for the holidays with the matching hoodie. He's being extra careful and likes to put a gaiter under his mask. He says it is the perfect weight for an added layer of protection.

Mrs C

This mug feels like me and my son. Big hearted and full of snuggling love.


"My son loved this and he needed this reminder that he is awesome."


These socks ROCK! I'm in love with the look of them, but they are also super comfortable. Definitely worth it!


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  • About Lavender & Love
    January 30, 2022 Christina Springer

    About Lavender & Love

    In Western culture it started life as a color of desire, thanks to the lyric genius of 7th century BC poet Sappho, whose papyrus fragments told of her erotic predilections for younger women with "violet tiaras."  By the late 1800’s,...

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  • New Year's Resolutions
    January 5, 2022 Christina Springer

    New Year's Resolutions

    It’s the end of the Winter Festivities Season.  We’ve had our longest night of the year, the Winter Solstice, Christmas is gone and Kwanzaa offered us daily meditations on how to create the future in which we want to live....

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  • The Inherent Classism In The Label Handmade
    December 3, 2021 Christina Springer

    The Inherent Classism In The Label Handmade

    Growing up, my mother used to take me to all of the different Christmas art fairs.  It was a favorite time for me, looking at all of the very beautiful objects.  My favorite place to go was the Pittsburgh Center For...

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