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Held from December 26 to January 1, Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday that were first celebrated in 1966. It's name come from words in the swahili language that mean "first fruits," and it honors the harvest celebrations of africa Among the symbol of Kwanzaa are a mat a candleholder, and corn. The mat stands for tradition the candleholder stand for family roots, and the corn stands for children and the future.

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Held from December 26 to January 1, Kwanzaa is an African-American holiday that was first celebrated in 1966. Its name comes from words in the Swahili language that mean "first fruits," and it honors the harvest celebrations of Africa. Among the symbols of Kwanzaa are a mat, a candleholder, and corn. The mat stands for tradition, the candleholder stands for family roots, and the corn stands for children and the future.

 

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