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Kwanzaa helps Africans around the world celebrate their culture and ethnic background.
Children won't celebrate, the Tories have just dropped the vote for 30 hours of free childcare for all three and four year olds.
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world also celebrate February 22 as World Thinking Day.
Celebrate Publishing is asking for a jury trial, a permanent injunction against Hoffman and award for damages of an unspecified amount.
We celebrate these stories because they're real and relatable to us all.
Thomas Kitchen, 14: "I think we should celebrate it a bit more.
Out of many traditions we celebrate our tolerance and acknowledge the simple truth: if I am to be truly free then my neighbor must also be free.
Had the Christians insisted on their rights to celebrate Christmas in the city, they would have all died.
Rob Garrard, 31, bingo promoter, North Shields: We should celebrate St George's Day more.
But if you don't celebrate Christmas, feeling left out can be part of the package.
From the first, we were determined that they should celebrate talent, excellence, imagination and ingenuity so, unlike many awards, the ar+d ones were never intended to make a profit for their promoters.