Mother-Daughter Duo Spreads Kwanzaa Message

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CLEVELAND -- A local mother-daughter duo is determined to spread the message of Kwanzaa.

The non-religious holiday which is based on seven principles begins Thursday.

Patricia and Keesha McMillian explained their traditions on Fox 8 News in the Morning.

They have a day-by-day, step-by-step guide to help you celebrate in your own way.

They also invited everyone to the Annual Kwanzaa Celebration at the Greenmont Party Center in South Euclid on Dec. 26 at 4 p.m.

Watch the video above for more.

6 comments

  • SoSueMe

    Yeah we now what Kwanzaa’s true meaning is. It was created by Karenga in the 60’s. Mainly his view was that Christmas was the white mans way of keeping the black man down so he wanted an alternative to Christmas for black people. It was started by a militant black american who hates whites and women. Oh boy, lets celebrate Kwanzaa!! Yessiree! </sarc

  • doggercise

    It is okay. Christmas was started by radical jews who hated Romans. I’m not sure if they even knew the rest of europe was there. That is why i stick to the santa claus version

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