Episode 2: African American Day, Part 1
Join NYC TV in celebrating African American heritage — expressed through music, dance, food, and other special events — as we present highlights from this year's annual African American Day Parade in Harlem. Community leaders and performers marched down Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard in a demonstration of unity and culture that you will not want to miss!
Episode 3: African American Day, Part 2
NYC TV continues its coverage of the African American Day parade. Part 2 brings you more of this unique parade, highlighting one of New York City's oldest and most culturally diverse communities.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN DAY PARADE, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, from 111th to 142nd Streets, Harlem. Sunday at 2 p.m.
There are two fantastic parades September: the West Indian-American Day Parade (718/467-1797, http://www.wiadca.com) draws 3.5 million spectators to New York's Caribbean Carnival/Mardi Gras, the largest such event in the U.S.; and the African-American Day Parade, the largest Black parade in America, features marching bands and floats.
Festivals/Events/Parades • (0) Comments • Sunday, September 18, 2005 • Permalink