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Kwanzaa is a secular holiday celebrated by African American families
 as well as communities of African descent. It is celebrated for seven days after Christmas with a kinara and a feast. Junior Aminatu Dumbuya says, “Tradition is a good thing because you know where your parents and ancestors come from which I think is a cool
 thing. Tradition can be preserved by respecting the rules, and telling the story to generations and generations after.”

Kwanzaa celebrated by many students

Genesis Harrison, Writer December 22, 2021

Besides Christmas, there are a variety of other holidays families celebrate in the month of December. With America being a melting pot with diverse languages and cultures, there is an endless amount of...

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