The Difference Between Kwanzaa and Hanukkah
The world has many different traditions and festivals towards the end of December. Two of the most interesting and traditionally rich of these come from very different cultures. The celebration of Kwanzaa is a festival of African culture and traditions, while the festival of lights or Chanukah celebrates the Jewish victory over their Syrian oppressors and the rededication of the Jerusalem Temple.
Kwanzaa is an Africa American holiday that has been adapted from various African traditions to embrace the family, culture and community of African Americans. Kwanzaa is celebrated from the Twenty-Sixth of December until New Years day. The name Kwanzaa is derived from the phrase "matunda ya kwanza" which means "first fruits" in Swahili. This festival of "first fruits" can be traced back as far to ancient Egypt and Nubia. Kwanzaa has a rich tradition in African heritage and is a time of good will.
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