New York celebrates Columbus Day

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The streets of New York City, They were filled with color and heat Hispanic. This Sunday, Manhattan was the scene of the 55 DisFile de la Hispanidad, event brought together more than one million people.

The Salvadoran delegation was one of those who toured the streets of the Big Apple.

Blue and white representation of Banda El Carbonero El Salvador, New York; Banda El Pulgarcito USA, Washington D.C.; Cachiporristas Salvadorean Band, Maryland; Banda El Sombrero Azul, New Jersey, DANFOSAL of New York Foundation and members of the Salvadoran Civic Committee Inc, Salvadorans put their mark on the major parade.

Hispanic Heritage Parade, It is one of the most important Latin events in the city, it runs from the street 44 to 70 and passing, crosses the famous Fifth Avenue.

Since 55 years, This event is part of Hispanic-Latino heritage of the City of New York.