NEW YORK (AP) — One of the largest U.S. celebrations of Caribbean culture, a colorful and joyful spectacle featuring thousands of revelers, musicians, dancers and costumed troupes, was held Monday amid a backdrop of tight security.The daylong party, featuring a morning festival called J'ouvert and an afternoon Caribbean Carnival parade, brought out smiling throngs, bouncing to the steel-drum beat of Brooklyn's melting-pot Labor Day tradition."I'm Guyanese, Trini, Panamanian, Puerto Rican and Jamaican," reveler Imani Woods told WCBS, expressing enthusiasm for a day of dancing and good food.
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JANUARY 31, 2014
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2014 - NATIONAL PUERTO RICAN CULTURAL HERITAGE PARADE CORP.
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