Mardi Gras Indians Downtown Super Sunday Parade
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Men, women and children in Mardi Gras Indian suits parading in the Downtown streets of New Orleans during Super Sunday celebration. Super Sunday is an important day for Mardi Gras Indians and is usually celebrated during St. Joseph's Feast Day. This particular parade is through the streets of Downtown New Orleans, an area bound by bordered by Iberville Street, the Pontchartrain Expressway, Claiborne Avenue, Iberville Street and the Mississippi River.
Xavier University of Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mardi Gras Indians, St. Joseph's feast day, Super Sunday (Mardi Gras)
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Vaz-Deville, Kim and Thomas, Lexcie, "Mardi Gras Indians Downtown Super Sunday Parade" (2019). Masked in Mardi Gras: Afro Diasporic Sacred Traditions in the New Orleans Carnival. 19.