Parade of Flags 73rd annual One World Day Cleveland Cultural Gardens September 16, 2018
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation (CCGF) hosted the 73rd annual One World Day. A highlight is the Parade of Flags where people in costumes of their heritage carry the flags. This first video is the beginning of the Parade on East Blvd.
NOTE: The two images below with a white arrow in the middle are videos. (The other images are just photos) You can click on the white arrow to watch the video. Make sure your speakers are on and you can make the video full screen once it begins by clicking the icon in the lower right corner.
This second video is the ending of the parade as the units arrive on MLK Blvd when they are announced to the public by news anchor Chris Tanaka and Sheila Murphy Crawford.
Sheila Murphy Crawford and Chris Tanaka
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams was the Grand Marshall of the Parade.
CCGF President Wael Khoury and Grand Marshall Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams
The Parade of Flags began with a Cleveland Police Department Color Guard and the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation banner.
Cleveland Police Department Color Guard
Grand Marshall Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams, CCGF President Wael Khoury, County Executive Armond Budish and others
This year an effort was made to include communities that do not (yet) have a Cultural Garden and they were warmly welcomed. Enjoy these other images from the 2018 Parade of Flags. This page covers African-American, Albanian, American, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Brazil, British, Catalan and Chinese.
African American Garden in Parade of Flags
Albanian Garden in Parade of Flags
American Garden in Parade of Flags
Armenian Garden in Parade of Flags
Azerbaijan Garden in Parade of Flags
Brazil in Parade of Flags
British Garden in Parade of Flags
Catalan in Parade of Flags
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