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By Black Radio Network Staff

                NEW YORK – The 86th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade kicked off smartly this morning through the streets of midtown Manhattan.

                All of the pomp and circumstance of previous years are present. Loads of floats, clowns, bands and millions of people watching from the sidelines and on tv.

                But among those millions on hand along the parade route are 5,000 specially invited guests who were rendered homeless as a result of the recent Superstorm Sandy. A 30-year-old mother of twin girls, sitting in a special reviewing section, told our reporter that “being here let’s our minds forget about the personal tragedy we continue to go through.”


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