Four years ago, Evita Broughton celebrated Kwanzaa for the first time with her family â€” lighting a candle each night and discussing the respective principle.
But she hasn't celebrated the holiday since.
"It felt like a school project that lasted seven nights," said Broughton, 27, of Marietta, Ga. "I didn't feel like I had that connection. I tried to share my experiences with others but no one else was celebrating it."
I'm glad that no one else had any use for it! From the article, "Some blacks, though, rejected the concept of Kwanzaa all along, considering it a pagan holiday and taking issue with its founder, a black nationalist and ex-con â€” he was convicted of torturing two women."
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