Scenes From Yesterday's West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn

The West Indian Day Parade is an annual parade through Brooklyn on Labor Day that celebrates Caribbean and West Indian culture, music and dance.

Revelers in costumes danced as the sounds of steel drums filled the air Monday at the city's annual West Indian Day Parade, but despite an expanded police presence violence again marred the event, with two people shot to death at pre-dawn festivities.

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