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Social Aid Clubs and Second Lines social and pleasure club

African-American social aid and pleasure clubs aren’t just about parading, however. They grew out of organizations of the mid to late 1800s called benevolent societies, which many different ethnic groups in New Orleans formed. Before Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans African-American.

The Sudan Social and Pleasure Club will be closing out TV One's Rickey Smiley Block Party on Thursday, July 2, 2015 from 8:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. at Sam's Club, 1527 Manhattan Blvd, Harvey, LA 70058. This is a huge event including Kelly Price, Doug E. Fresh, Captain Charles, & more!!!!.

The Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club (founded 1916) is a fraternal organization in New Orleans, Louisiana which puts on the Zulu parade each year on Mardi.

All Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs are representatives of their communities, and the parade represents that. When you form a route, you are bringing people.

The African-American members of New Orleans' social aid and pleasure clubs are the organizers, originators, and sponsors of the second line.