J’Ouvert In Brooklyn Canceled For Second Year In A Row

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J’Ouvert, the celebration that precedes the annual West Indian Day Parade on Labor Day, has been canceled for the second year in a row. Considering the parade itself was nixed, no one should be surprised.

Well, that and the COVID-19 Delta variant that continues to spread at an alarming rate, even among the vaccinated.

According to Gothamist, the decision was made to “protect the health and safety of our people” per the pre-dawn event’s organizers.

“It has been a trying two years

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