Seitu’s World: 15th Annual Father’s Fish Fry Cook Out On 143rd Street In Harlem

By Seitu Oronde

Usually, black men have a bad stereotypical profile that they are not family-orientated and do not spend time with their children.

Well on Sunday, June 20th, 2021 not only represented Father’s day but also Juneteenth and the summer Equinox the 15th annual Father’s Day fish fry cookout in which over 5,000 people came out and had free hot cooked meals severed.

The menus were fried shrimp, fried fish corn on the cob. muscles, different variations of rice & peas or peas and rice, along with a Mister Softee ice cream truck that give-away free ice cream.

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The event started at 2 pm ends at 8 pm, serving Frank’s, salmon &, hamburger, and with all condiments

It was a very exciting DJ to play the music from the 60s 70s and 80s many people got up and danced a lot of people were very happy to meet people they haven’t seen since the pandemic there was a very happy and joyous occasion with great food great people great weather.

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