Kwanzaa creates a sense of love and belonging to a people who were literally ripped from their homeland, raped, murdered, whose family structure was ripped apart, had no country or motherland, and no native tongue.
Because of these human rights atrocities, this holiday, similar to the winter solstice or harvest celebrations of old, was created to give Blacks, I am not from Africa, therefore the term African-American is inappropriate, a sense of oneness and community.
Jews do not celebrate Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday.
they celebrate kwanzaa at their own houses or at a relatives house.
Many people celebrate Kwanzaa to honor their ancestors.
Kwanzaa was created in the U.S. for African-American pride. About 98% of the people who celebrate Kwanzaa are from the US And Are Black.
Kwanzaa is only in the U.S.
People who celebrate Kwanzaa are African American.
Jewish celebrate hanakua
No, he does not
Jewish people celebrate Hanukkah.African Americans celebrate Kwanzaa (and may also celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah depending on their religion).
Africa and America celebrate Kwanzaa.
No, they are not Christian
Kwanzaa, invented in 1966, is not a Jewish occasion.
They can if they want.
in there home
they celebrated it in africa.
It depends on the religion. Most do.
Brazilians celebrate Kwanzaa and Christmas because Christmas is a religious holiday and brings joy to the birth of the savior . Where as Kwanzaa is a holiday to celebrate heritage and native roots.
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African Americans Celebrate Kwanzaa