#1
I don't mean to undermine anyone or ruin their favorite time of year, but people group Kwanzaa with Christmas and Hanukkah, but let's compare them:

Christmas - religous festival celebrated by millions

Hanukkah - religous festival celebrated by millions

Kwanzaa - made up in the 60's by some dude, where people of African descent light candles

Now I don't even know anyone who celebrates Kwanzaa or even know what it is. I really don't see how it fits in with Christmas or Hanukkah either. I would call it a celebration, but not a holiday.
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Do people consider it a holiday? Yes? Then it's a holiday.

Aside from that, St. Valentine's Day is considered a holiday. So is Arbor Day.
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I have never heard of this 'kwanzaa' before but it sounds very much like a hippy tradition so it would be pretty interesting.
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...I thought that was made up by futurama?

>.< ah well.
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#8
course it is and i celebrate the day when i see someone spell "hanukkah"
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I have never heard of this 'kwanzaa' before but it sounds very much like a hippy tradition so it would be pretty interesting.

American celebration for being of African descent or something.