Dressed in colorful costumes dance in the 2010 West Indian American Day Parade. The 43rd year of the West Indian American Day Carnival is one of the biggest parades in the city. Several million people showed up to the event, which started at Rochester Avenue and Eastern Parkway and continued onward on Eastern Parkway to the Brooklyn Museum. The parade, which lasted all day, showcased the bright colors and sounds of the Caribbean, including Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Barbados, and other nations - Monday 6th September 2010

Dressed in colorful costumes dance in the 2010 West Indian American Day Parade. The 43rd year of the West Indian American Day Carnival is one of the biggest parades in the city. Several million people showed up to the event, which started at Rochester Avenue and Eastern Parkway and continued onward on Eastern Parkway to the Brooklyn Museum. The parade, which lasted all day, showcased the bright colors and sounds of the Caribbean, including Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Barbados, and other nations - Brooklyn, New York City, USA - Monday 6th September 2010 (15 images)

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