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    TheGoq
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    I just saw a report on the news saying this is the second night of kwanzaa and it showed people light the second light on the kinara this is a total rip off of our holiday! their 50 year old holiday was taken from us oh but wait they use 7 candles not eight so its totally different right. Yeesh.

    #996231
    cinderella
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    Imitation is the highest form of flattery.

    #996232
    Doswin
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    Its more like 10 years old (or less).

    #996233
    TheGoq
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    No it was created in the 60s.

    #996234
    OneOfMany
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    Well, it’s fun to say aloud (KwanZAA!).

    #996235
    BTGuy
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    Frankly, let our black brothers and sisters be influenced by us and develop a sense of national pride. All the best to them!

    #996236
    musser zoger
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    Is it spelled Kwanzaa or Chwanzaa or Hwanzaa? 🙂

    #996237
    BTGuy
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    lol @musser zoger… nice! (truly laughed out loud)

    #996238
    oomis
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    It is a made up holiday, so they do not feel left out of the seasonal spirit. If it causes them to be more menschlech, go for it!

    #996239
    TheGoq
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    But Africa has tons of traditions I’m sure why do they have to steal from us?

    #996240
    TheGoq
    Participant

    Happy Kwanzaa to all!

    #996241
    rebdoniel
    Member

    Kwanzaa is a holiday that was invented as a black power festival by a radical Marxist sociology professor in the UC system in the 60s. It is downright subversive.

    #996243
    americaisover
    Participant

    it is Malcolm X, Sharpton, Barron Obama racist holiday

    #996244
    apushatayid
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    still waiting on the adam sandler kwanza song. i always wanted to know who lights the kinora.

    #996245
    akuperma
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    Arguably not Avodah Zarah since it was created recently without any claim of religious significance (making it a secular holiday similar to the classic “king’s birthday” or “Independence Day” or “Columbus Day” or “Veterans’ Day/Armistice Day/Remembrance Day”).

    #996246
    TheGoq
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    All the local news stations have happy kwanzaa spots.

    #996247
    WIY
    Member

    I couldn’t give a Kwanzaa about Kwanzaa.

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