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42nd Annual African American Day Parade held in Harlem, USA

September 16, 2012- Harlem, New York: Parade Participants at the 42nd Annual African American Day Parade held along Adam Clayton Blvd on September 16, 2012 in Harlem New York City. The first African American Day Parade was held in September 1969 in Harlem. The first Grand Marshal was Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. The purpose of the parade is to provide an opportunity for African people to join together on a Special Day to highlight history and salute African people throughout America and the world for their outstanding achievements. (Terrence Jennings)

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African American Day Parade 2012 in Harlem
September 16, 2012- Harlem, New York: Parade Participants at the 42nd Annual African American Day Parade held along Adam Clayton Blvd on September 16, 2012 in Harlem New York City. The first African American Day Parade was held in September 1969 in Harlem. The first Grand Marshal was Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. The purpose of the parade is to provide an opportunity for African people to join together on a Special Day to highlight history and salute African people throughout America and the world for their outstanding achievements.  (Terrence Jennings)