Everything from fire trucks to marching bands made up the 32nd annual Black Heritage Parade, celebrating the accomplishments prominent African-Americans have made in American history.
The theme of the parade is "Moving Forward -- Together." The parade was organized by members of the Renaissance Movement Committee.
State representative Katrina Jackson was also in attendance, as the Grand Marshal of the parade.
"Black History is American History," said Jackson. "It brought us through a movement that brought America together and allowed us to advance as a nation and so it's a wonderful thing and it's so important for people to understand that and take part in it."
Organizers say with this being the last Saturday of black history month, the parade is a culmination of every event that happened these last few weeks.