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Celebrate Winter Holidays: Kwanzaa

Find recipes, videos, and a slideshow that will help you appreciate this special holiday.
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Kwanzaa is celebrated between the day after Christmas and New Year’s Day. This terrific site from Scholastic explains what Kwanzaa is and how it is celebrated. There is a lengthy description of the candles used as symbols for the holiday. The colors of the candles have specific meanings and represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Find recipes, videos, and a slideshow that will help you appreciate this special holiday.

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