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Christmas Variations

Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.
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Xander Johnson

on 25 January 2017

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Transcript of Christmas Variations

Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa
Christmas Variations
Kwanzaa is a African American holiday. It begins on December 26th and lasts for 7 days. It was made in 1966 by Maulana Karenga a professor of Pan-African studies and a black cultural leader. It focuses on the seven principals of black culture. The principles are unity, self-determination, collective work, responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith. At the end of the holiday the community gets together for a feast.
Kwanzaa
Hanukkah of 2016 was celebrated on December 24th - January 1st. It is 8 days long, and every day they light a candle and exchange a gift. They light 8 candles on the candelabrum called the menorah. The history of Hanukkah is the Jews found only a bottle of oil to light their treasured holy menorah. But by some miracle the oil lasted them eight days, starting the tradition of lighting 8 candles on the menorah.
Hanukkah
Christmas
Christmas is on December 25th. It is a Christian holiday celebrating the BIRTH OF JESUS CHRIST. In a modern day Christmas everyone exchanges gifts and has dinner together. My family, like many others, is not Christian, but celebrates it as a day of family and togetherness. Our traditions are we open presents, our Grandma comes over for breakfast, and around 4:00 we head over to Christmas dinner.
Works Cited
Christmas:
Hanukkah:
Kwanzaa:
Kelly, Joseph F. "Christmas." World Book Student.
World Book, 2017. Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
Levy, B. Barry. "Hanukkah." World Book Student.
World Book, 2017. Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
Harris, Jessica B. "Kwanzaa." World Book Student.
World Book, 2017. Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
About the Author
My name is Xander. I am a boy, I have three animals: two dogs, and a brother. My favorite color is blue. My favorite hobby is to read. And I hate cheese.
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