The Indigenous Peoples of the Americans Parade NYC 2023 is a celebration of Indigenous American culture on the native continuum from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego. It’s organized by Native Americans, but Indigenous Peoples of all the Americas join in.
The opening ceremonies and parade are an opportunity to learn about Indigenous culture, including storytelling, singing, drumming, and dancing; and traditional clothing. It’s a great opportunity for New York photographers.
Indigenous Peoples of the Americans Parade NYC 2023
The Indigenous Peoples of the Americans Parade NYC 2023 forms in Madison Square Park at 8am, with opening ceremonies at 9am, and marches down Broadway from 26th St to 17th St, in NoMad and the Flatiron District; on Saturday, October 14, 2023 from 12-3pm. FREE. 🇺🇸 🇬🇹 🇲🇽
The parade marches down Broadway, the old Lenape trail, through Lenape hunting grounds. The organizer is Native American Lenape visionary Firebird Graywolf. The Lenape are the First Nations of what became New York City.
New York Latin Culture Magazine is a proud sponsor of the Parade. See a short reel on Instagram
The Parade Grand Marshal is Chief Reggie Herb Dancer Caeser of the Matinecock Tribal Nation of Queens and Long Island.
- Ryedale Largo, a three-time Native American Music Awards winner. @r_largo_
- Indigenous acrobats of Mexico. 🇲🇽
- Dance troupes from Guatemala. 🇬🇹
- Dance troupe from the Apache and Navajo Nations of New Mexico.
- Matinecock Tribal Nation of Long Island. matinecocktribalnation.org
- Méxica Nation of Mexico (Aztec).
- Montauk Nation of Montauk, Long Island. onemontauknation.org
- Narragansett Nation of Rhode Island. narragansettindiannation.org
- Pequot Nation of Connecticut. mptn-nsn.gov
- Pueblo Nation of New Mexico.
- Ramapough Nation of New Jersey. Facebook @RamapoughLunaapeNation
- Shinnecock Nation of Long Island. shinnecock-nsn.gov
- Unkechaug Nation of Mastic, Long Island. Facebook
- And more.
- Indigenous Veterans Administration