Parade: 'A celebration of cultural differences'
By Ty Johnson
Published in News on February 26, 2012 1:50 AM
A rider with the Horseshoe Bandits Riding Club from Kenansville takes part in the Black History Parade. Hundreds of motorcycles, dozens of horseback riders and many other entries took part.
A girl rides with her dog in her toy Jeep Wrangler during the Mount Olive Black History Parade. Those who attended said the parade was more than a celebration of black history -- that it was "a celebration of cultural differences."
Rose Parks sings during the Black History Parade Saturday, which drew thousands of people to Mount Olive.
The final weekend of February was one filled with events honoring Black History month as Mount Olive's Black History Parade and an annual program sponsored by the Carver Alumni Association were held Saturday. The parade, which featured hundreds of...
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