African American Day Parade

Join us as march in the 48th Annual African Day Parade.

This year African American Day Parade, Inc. celebrates 50 years in the legendary Harlem, New York. The African American Day Parade (AADP) is held every third Sunday in September and it is the most renowned African American parade in the country, with the largest cross-section of participants, including community & political leaders, community-based & religious organizations, civil servants, celebrities, fraternities & sororities, marching bands, dance ensembles and many more, with a viewing of over 900,000 attendees along the parade route. We are considered a National Parade, with more than 200 participating organizations from over 12 states and many countries throughout the diaspora.

IF YOU BELIEVE IN A CAUSE YOU MUST BE WILLING TO PUT YOURSELF ON THE LINE FOR THAT CAUSE
- ADAM CLAYTON POWELL JR.

Sign up below and join us on:

September 15, 2019 at 2PM

111th Street & Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd
NYC

Let's join together and demonstrate our power through unity.

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