2012 West Indian Parade Photos and Video
The 2012 West Indian Labor Day Parade was an awesome festivity of history, culture, music, dance and food. People from all over the world attended the parade which is one of the largest in New York City to celebrate West Indian heritage from countries that include Jamaica, Trinidad, Tobego, Martinique, Barbados, Bahamas, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent the Grenadines and more…
Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn came alive for the 45th annual West Indian-American Day Parade which gave us a great dose of reggae and soca music blasting off the sides of flat bed trucks as they made their way through Crown Heights, en route to Grand Army Plaza. Jerk Chicken, Roast Corn, Rice and Peas, Sorrel and many other foods of the Caribbean were available along the entire stretch of the parade.
There were many photo’s and video’s that were taken during the parade and we’ve got some of them here for you to enjoy! Check out some of the video’s on You Tube for more coverage of the 2012 West Indian Parade in Brooklyn New York.