Hard to imagine many in the crowd this Labor Day not thinking about ocean views and crystal-clear blue waters, especially with the summer weather. The West Indian Day Parade is a time to celebrate Caribbean Culture in Brooklyn with a day of music and fun. Whether from the diaspora or descendants, onlookers and participants proudly channel the love of their heritage with flags, colorful clothing and a variety of floats. Here’s a few images married with inspiration from the Caribbean.
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