Do People Still Celebrate Kwanzaa?

Do People Still Celebrate Kwanzaa?

It’s probably the least known of the trifecta of celebrated holidays during the month of December. It’s reminiscent of Hanukkah with its colorful candles with a fusion of African roots and Christmas flair. Although the holiday is often thought of an alternative to Christmas, Kwanzaa is a cultural holiday that can be celebrated by people [...]

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Be Quiet, It’s Christmas

I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. -Elie Wiesel “It has gotten to a point where I am genuinely annoyed at everyone else's annoyance - be it social, [...]

New Year Miracle

For those of you who were in attendance at the last party that I threw, which was overtaken by the apartment's vampire and her random friends, or for those people who have heard the ridiculous stories, you would think that I have since learned my lesson about planning "small get-togethers" in the New Year. Well--I [...]

The Department Store Diaries: Day 37

For the commercial part of America, and every department store circling the globe, the holiday season starts in September. During this time the store is stocked with ridiculous sweaters, fugly fur coats, and more overly-priced jeans. This also means that it’s the time for Christmas themed gift cards and charity. “Okay teams, we needs to [...]