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Parade kicks off African American Festival

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Independent candidate for state senate Jack Ford.

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Art Jones leads a chant to end domestic violence as he marches with other supporters of Bethany House.

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Edna Brown, incumbent state senate Democratic, waves to enthusiastic well-wishers on Dorr Street. "I'm going to vote for you; trust and believe me", calls one woman.

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Wanda Stubblefield, of Toledo, left, while Ohio attorney general candidate David Pepper, right, approaches.

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Maleka Hill, a grad coach and advisor for YWOE members at Jones Elementary School, left, Diamond Himon, a sixth grader at Jones, and Alana Belcher, a seventh grader at Jones, carrying the flag for TPS' YMOE/YWOE.

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Edna Brown, incumbent state senate Democratic, waves to enthusiastic well-wishers on the route.

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Jill Smith, of Toledo, left, with Democratic candidate for Ohio governor Ed Fitzgerald along the route.

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Cousins Laylah Brank, 8, left, and Aaleeya Boring, 6, sit on the lap of their grandmother, Clara Brank, all of Toledo, as they watch the parade on Indiana Avenue.

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