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Thomas Rosa, the chapter leader at PS 751 on the Lower East Side in Manhattan, sJonathan FickiesThomas Rosa, the chapter leader at PS 751 on the Lower East Side in Manhattan, steps out with his son Jude for the Puerto Rican Day Parade.
School counselor Vanessa Santos and social worker Larry Acosta, both from the BrJonathan FickiesSchool counselor Vanessa Santos and social worker Larry Acosta, both from the Brooklyn Lab School in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, get in the spirit of the day as they get ready to step off on the parade route.
The UFT contingent, with some 200 members in the line of march, begins its journJonathan FickiesThe UFT contingent, with some 200 members in the line of march, begins its journey up Fifth Avenue.
The UFT float, with Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza (left) and UFT Vice PresJonathan FickiesThe UFT float, with Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza (left) and UFT Vice President Evelyn De Jesus aboard, makes the turn onto Fifth Avenue.
Cynthia Pino, a teacher at Excelsior Preparatory HS in Springfield Gardens, QueeJonathan FickiesCynthia Pino, a teacher at Excelsior Preparatory HS in Springfield Gardens, Queens, and her son Nicolas join in the fun.
UFT marchers pass the reviewing stand as they make their way uptown.Jonathan FickiesUFT marchers pass the reviewing stand as they make their way uptown.
Teachers from PS 361, The Children's Workshop School, in the East Village are alJonathan FickiesTeachers from PS 361, The Children's Workshop School, in the East Village are all smiles as they reach the final stretch of the parade.

UFT members joined in the celebration of Puerto Rican heritage at the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade in Manhattan.

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