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… Continue reading Celebrate Caribbean Culture In Brooklyn
NYC Pride Parade 2023, participants march with love and defiance in the midst of attacks from a multitude of groups.
New York City hosted today the first Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural and Heritage Parade as part of a month-long celebration of the people of this community. As the fastest growing demographic in the USA, Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are a major part of the creative and business growth of New York… Continue reading Multi-Cultural Celebration
The first Japan Parade in New York City made its way down Central Park West on Saturday marking the 150th anniversary of the Japanese mission to the United States in 1872. The parade was founded to build and strengthen the appreciation and awareness of cultural understanding between the local Japanese communities and New York City.… Continue reading Japan Parade
The New York City Tartan Day Parade was held yesterday celebrating Scottish heritage and culture. Organized by the National Tartan Day New York Committee, the parade is in its 24th year and is the highlight of Scottish-themed festivities designated as NYC Tartan Week. Participants in the parade were bagpipers, Highland dancers, clan organizations, Scottish dog… Continue reading Tartan Heritage
Today’s a good day to be German! Heute ist es toll, Deutscher zu sein! New York’s 64th German-American Steuben Parade was held today along Fifth Avenue, celebrating the many achievements of German immigrants in the United States.
New York City honoring all the essential workers during the pandemic in the Canyon of Heroes, very fitting.
Mayor de Blasio of NYC holds Media Availability press conference to update New Yorkers on what’s happening today during the election and what the results may mean to the city and state. No matter what your political views are make your voice be heard by voting today!
Don’t be blind to what is in front of you: see, understand, respect and accept the wonderful differences in all of us. That is the only way we as humans can move forward together. Featured image with quote by Carlos A. Rodriguez
Parker Curry was mesmerized when looking at the portrait of Michelle Obama at the National Portrait Gallery by Amy Sherald. Later, along with her family, Parker was able to meet the former First Lady. The image of Parker looking at the painting brought to mind what Mrs. Obama said during the portrait’s unveiling “…when I… Continue reading Inspiration