Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African-American culture held every holiday season from December 26 to January 1, culminating in gift-giving and a feast of faith called Karamu Ya Imani. Kwanzaa was created by Maulana Karenga and first celebrated in 1966. A Kwanzaa ceremony may include drumming and musical selections, libations, a reading of the African Pledge and the Principles of Blackness, reflection on the Pan-African colors, a discussion of the African principle of the day or a chapter in African history, a candle-lighting ritual, artistic performance, and, finally the feast. Which can easily be 100% cruelty-free.

For Yourself

Kicking the meat habit will reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, and other chronic diseases that disable then kill 1.3 million Americans annually.

For Your Children

Kicking the meat habit will help preserve topsoil, water, and all other food production resources that are vital for the future of your children and their children.

For The Animals

Kicking the meat habit saves thousands of turkeys, pigs, chickens, cows and other innocent, sentient animals from the severe confinement of factory farms and the horrors of slaughterhouses.

For The Planet

Kicking the meat habit will help preserve forests, wetlands, and other wildlife habitats and reduce pollution of waterways by animal waste and cropland runoff.

Kwanzaa is the perfect opportunity to share a compassionate meal with friends and family, but also with other vegans looking for a cruelty-free celebration.