The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for January 02, 2001
Thomas: Y'Know, I think part of the problem with Kwanzaa is it kinda perpetuates this falllacy of a monolithic "African culture." Huey: Hmm...Expound... Thomas: The intent is good, but the holiday ignores the variety and diversity of African cultures in favor of something oversimplified...even...generic. Huey: Interesting. I think I can consider that a fair critique. Thomas: And what's with the candles? What is this, some low-budget Hannukah? Huey: All right! I get the point.