The Pseudo Afrikan Holiday Known As Kwanzaa and Ron Karenga (Updated Post December 27, 2016)



Ron Karenga, with wife Tiamoyo at left in photo celebrating Kwanzaa at the Rochester Institute of Technology on December 12, 2003 ( Please click onto photo to view larger.)


Maulana Karenga is the “founder” of Kwanzaa (1966). He also supposedly began the US organization and developed the theory of Kawaida. He is the author of a number of “culturally nationalist” books and other writings. He is considered an internationally renowned leader of Afrikan people. He was a speaker and one of the key organizers of the historic Million Man March in 1995. He is one of the founders of ASCAC and has been an activist and academician for decades.

Hollie West interviewed Ron Karenga, also known as Maulana Karenga with the Washington Post in 1978. Talking about how he created the Pseudo Afrikan Holiday known as Kwanzaa.

Quote: “People think it’s African. But it’s not…

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