The 2nd annual Cleveland African-American parade stepped off on Saturday June 2. Cleveland Police Office Lynn Hampton is the organizer of the parade.
The parade traveled down Superior and turned at East 9th where they marched all the way to Voinovich Park.
A Festival including performances, vendors and a tribute to members of the Carter G. Woodson family took place after the parade in the Park.
Enjoy these photos and video from the parade and be sure to visit the Festival page.
Cleveland Police Color Guard led the Parade
Daughters of the Nile
Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club
Cleveland Municipal School District Drummers
Shaolin Kung Fu
Bill 'Silver B' Richards and Anthony Anti
Dr. Jordan and Amir Khaild A. Samad
Clyde Rahman Center
Glenville High School Drummers
Parade Queen and Court
Carter G. Woodson family members
Youngster with Amir Khaild A. Samad amd 'Stretch'
Officer Gregory Green and Parade coordinator
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Drum performances and competition at the Festival
Carter G. Woodson family honored by Mayor Jackson
More from the 2012 Festival
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