HarlemAmerica LIVE Event – 53rd Annual African American Day Parade September 18, 2022

GOOD HEALTH IS ESSENTIAL"

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The AADP focuses on five basic components that help to strengthen the community: Business, Education, Health, Politics/Government & Arts/Culture. Each year we choose one of these sectors as our theme and we invite those that have contributed to that field to act as our Grand Marshals, Marshals, and Honorary Guests. This year the AADP theme is “GOOD HEALTH IS ESSENTIAL” and will honor individuals that have contributed to the African American community in the field of HEALTH. We are pleased to highlight those who have shown positively contributed to the success and dignity of the community and this country.

HarlemAmerica Correspondent Jazmyn Summers interviews attendees at the 2022 African American Day Parade

 

Grand Marshals

AADP-Sandra-Lindsay

SANDRA LINDSAY

DHSC, MBA, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, NE-BC

Director, Patient Care Services
CCD, Jewish Medical Center

AADP-Michelle-Henry

DR. MICHELLE HENRY

MD, Surgeon

Clinical Instructor of Dermatology
Weill Cornell Medical College

AADP-Pamela-Abner

PAMELA ABNER

MPA

Vice-President, CDOO

Mount Sinai Health System

AADP-Bernard-Robinson

BERNARD ROBINSON

MHA, EMT-P

Director of Operations
Northwell Health Center, EMS

AADP-Gary-Butts

DR GARY BUTTS

MD

EVP for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Mount Sinai Health System

Marshals

AADP-David-Banks

DAVID C. BANKS
Chancellor

NYC Department of Education

AADP-Nicola-Buchanan

NICOLA BUCHANAN
Associate Director

MSK Office of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

AADP-Behfar-Ehdaie

DR. BEHFIR EHDAIE
MD, Surgeon

Urologic Oncology

AADP-Louis-Voigt

DR. LOUIS VOIGT
Chair, Ethics Committee, Critical Care Intensivist

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

THERESA FREEMAN
COMMUNITY SERVICE
AWARDEES

Alage Awo Baba E.D. Adeyemi Oyeilumi

AADP-Alage-Awo-Baba-E.D.-Adeyemi-Oyeilumi

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE AADP WEBSITE

Parade Begins September 18th, 2022 at 1pm EST

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE AADP WEBSITE

Parade Begins September 18th, 2022 at 1pm EST

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Bettine Bowsky
Bettine Bowsky
18 days ago

The live stream is very poor and grainy. It’s not clear or smooth. I live out of town and I’m trying to watch.

GKA
GKA
15 days ago
Reply to  Bettine Bowsky

Bettine, I’m very sorry. Please accept my sincere apology. We underestimated the cell towers in the area. A multitude of spectators sent photos and videos of the parade, and others were on calls and Facetime. When we discovered the choppiness, we continued to shoot thinking the live stream would improve. We’ll be ready the next time.

DJ Shawn
DJ Shawn
18 days ago

Camera management was horrible! Sad I couldn’t see it because of my gout kept me home.

GKA
GKA
15 days ago
Reply to  DJ Shawn

DJ, I’m very sorry. Please accept my sincere apology. We underestimated the cell towers in the area. A multitude of spectators sent photos and videos of the parade, and others were on calls and Facetime. When we discovered the choppiness, we continued to shoot thinking the live stream would improve. We’ll be ready the next time. Sorry about the gout.

Bettine Bowsky
Bettine Bowsky
18 days ago

I tried. I can’t. This livestream is horrible. I guess the parade will be edited or maybe someone else has taken better video quality and it might be posted on YouTube tomorrow. This is my first time out of town watching and I was really looking forward to watching this parade with pride. I’m extremely disappointed. I highly recommend another company be found next year to provide quality livestream services that we deserve especially since our parade isn’t covered by mainstream media. This is just too horrendous to overcome and enjoy.

GKA
GKA
15 days ago
Reply to  Bettine Bowsky

Thanks, Bettine, I agree with you! It was horrible. I’m very sorry. Please accept my sincere apology. We underestimated the cell towers in the area. A multitude of spectators sent photos and videos of the parade, and others were on calls and Facetime. When we discovered the choppiness, we continued to shoot thinking the live stream would improve. We’ll be ready the next time.

Len
Len
18 days ago

Couldn’t access at all.

GKA
GKA
15 days ago
Reply to  Len

Len, my apology. However, the live stream was choppy, so we have a video highlight reel and shoutouts from dignitaries instead on https://www.harlemamerica.com.

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