they have candles
Hanukkah and Kwanzaa are only alike in the following ways:They are both holidaysThey both usually start in DecemberThey both light candles, in similar-shaped candle holdersThat's about it
you spend them with people that you love
Both of these holidays are scheduled for approximately the time of the winter solstice.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe most obvious is that they are the same word, Eucharist is the Greek word for thanksgiving.
they are both celebrated in November
They probably ate together more than we do today, now we just go watch TV and eat!
the correct way to say Kwanzaa in spanish is "Kwanzaa"...
They have kwanzaa in Mexico.
Jews do not celebrate Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday.
My cousin celebrates Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa isCelebratedDecember 26 until January 1 is when Kwanzaa is celebrated.Kwanzaa is Celebrated:December 26-January 1
Both occur in the winter and include candles. Other than that, nothing. Kwanzaa is a secular tribute to African heritage which started in 1966. Hanukkah is a religious Jewish festival of thanksgiving to God for specific events and was instituted by the Torah-sages 2200 years ago.
Kwanzaa originated in the United States.
Kwanzaa begins December 26
Kwanzaa is only in the U.S.
Kwanzaa is in another country
they have the same meaning, i think.
No. Kwanzaa is unknown in France.
Kwanzaa was first celebrated in 1966. See http://www.answers.com/topic/kwanzaa
They both are multiple-day festivals that light candles. And they both occur within 28 days of each other.Answer:Very little. Hanukkah is a religious celebration of thanksgiving to God instituted 2200 years ago by the Torah-Sages. Kwanzaa is a secular occasion founded in 1966.