Margot Adler reports on a Kwanzaa celebration in New York. This African American tradition is now more than 30 years old and seems to be increasing in popularity as families look for a meaningful alternative to the commercialism of Christmas. (6:00) Funding Credit (:39) Cross Promo (:29) Station Break Forward Promo (:29) Headlines



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