Zulu Krewe Essential Part Of Mardi Gras Parade

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In New Orleans, the Zulu Krewe takes to the streets along with many other clubs for a final lavish parade. The primarily African American club turns 100 this year. The Zulus helped to integrate Mardi Gras at a time when the celebrations were mainly an all-white affair.



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