The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to African festivals that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
Yulkwanhanamas — Yuletide + Kwanzaa + Hanukkah + Christmas. Happy Kwanhanamas! is more personal while still as unidentifying as Happy Holidays!
Seems you can’t go anywhere any more without hearing about how someone got offended when a friendly person attempted to wish someone a happy…. whatever winter holiday you celebrate. So, let’s just meld them all together in Yulkwanhanamas, so we have all the bases covered. No matter whom you come across, if you say Happy Yulkwanhanamas! they most likely will be too busy being confused and scratching their heads trying to understand what you just said to be offended. Sure, Yulkwanhanamas is not going to look as familiar as any of the other labels plastered over a red and green banner at the local discount stores, but it might just get some media attention. So, this way, the Christians, Jews, Pagans, and African festivals are covered. I’m not sure if the Muslims have a winter solstice festival. If they do, we at Musings will attempt to find a way to include them, too. So Happy Yulkwanhanamas! Go kirk your tartan, light your menorah, hang your kente cloth, set up your Nativity, and enjoy your holiday any way you want to. No one is going to stop you from doing what you want to do. This is a fun tmie, so don’t take it too seriously when someone says Happy Yulkwanhanamas! There is no reason to be pepper-sprayed for that!