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Created By: Stephen Horner Period 1 Las Posadas KwanzaHanukah
Mexicans Catholic Mexicans Latin Americans
to remember the pilgrimage by Joseph and Mary before the birth of Jesus
People carry candles, sing litanies (prayers), stand by the door of a house and ask for lodging. sing songs denying their entry until they see that it is Joseph and Mary asking for lodging.
the kids get to break a piñata that parents set out. The "Piñata" is a pottery (or paper) container, brightly decorated and filled with candy and toys
Champurrado (Chocolate Atole) Candy fruit
The woman and girls dress in dresses or cloches The men dress in sombrous white under shirts and black pants pants
Its most popular in Mexico
Any person that believes the Jewish religion.
To remember the Maccabees and the Syrians that fought for about three years until finally the Maccabees defeated the Syrians and reclaimed the Temple in Jerusalem.
It is celebrated the 25 of the month and goes on for eight days
Lighting of one candle each night of the eight days and getting gifts.
A candle holder with 9 places 8 for 8 days of Christmas and the 9 th to light the other candles. Star of David decorations. Flowers/plants
They eat what we eat for the most part only its kosher.
The men wear a nice dress up shirt with a little hat what they call yamika and woman are to wear a dress of sort
Africa Americans Africans
Celebrate African culture Also celebrates unity Faith
December 26 th - January 1 st
Families celebrating Kwanzaa decorate their households with objects of art, colorful African cloth, especially the wearing of kaftans by women.kaftans
Fresh fruit Beans Rice
Wear a kaftan (or caftan) for comfort or if you plan on doing activities that require freedom of movement Wear a danshiki over plain black pants if you're a man looking for a simple garment Wear a gelee or headwrap if you're a woman
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