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Hispanics Celebrate Three Kings Day Parade in NYC

   

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By Black Radio Network Staff

                NEW YORK – Under chilly skies, New Yorker’s yesterday marked the 36th annual Harlem parade paying tribute to Three Kings Day. It’s a traditional  holiday for Hispanics and January 6th marks the day when the three wise men appeared in Bethlehem.

                In addition to camels and other animals, this year’s parade took on a political note. For the first time, several politicians were invited to participate and attended. One spectator told our reporter she was happy to pay tribute to the event, but could have lived without the political aspect.

 


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