The 38th annual KwanZaa Gwaride parade made its way down Crenshaw Boulevard Friday, marking the start of the seven-day African-American festival of Kwanzaa.
The parade is set to begin at 11:15 a.m. at the corner of Crenshaw and Adams Boulevards, then head south along Crenshaw to Leimert Park, where a “Black Lives Matter” rally will be held.
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A parade was held along Crenshaw Boulevard Wednesday to mark the start of the seven-day African American festival of Kwanzaa.
A parade is underway along Crenshaw Boulevard Monday to mark the start of the seven-day African American festival of Kwanzaa.
A parade is expected to be held along Crenshaw Boulevard in celebration of Kwanzaa, which begins Monday.
A parade will be held along Crenshaw Boulevard Sunday to mark the beginning of Kwanzaa, a weeklong celebration.