Umoja is the Swahili word for "unity". On Saturday June 6, 2015 the 5th annual Umoja Parade and Festival was held in downtown Cleveland.
This video clip has highlights from the 2015 Cleveland African-American Umoja Parade including Buffalo Soldiers, Tuskegee Airmen, Shaw High School Marching Band and the African-American Cultural Garden.
Enjoy these other images from the Parade.
In this video clip, Khamia, A'Shontay and Talia (K.A.T.) sang the Michelle Williams song 'When Jesus say yes, nobody can say no' just before the 2015 Cleveland African-American Umoja Parade.
Buffalo Soldier at Cleveland Umoja Parade
Cleveland Police at Cleveland Umoja Parade
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Glenville Band at Cleveland Umoja Parade
Golden Ciphers at Cleveland Umoja Parade
African American Cultural Garden at Cleveland Umoja Parade
Khamia, A'Shontay and Talia (K.A.T.)
Singers K.A.T. at Cleveland Umoja Parade
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Shaw High School Marching Band
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Cleveland Chief of Police Calvin Williams and Buffalo Soldiers
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