The Duck Race to End Racism is an annual event that brings together all parts of the community for an afternoon of fun for everyone! Thousands of floating rubber Ducks will race in heats down a portion of Onondaga Creek near the Syracuse Inner Harbor. Prizes will be awarded to the sponsor of the Duck that crosses the finish line first in each race. In addition to the main attraction of the race, the day will include Entertainment, information booths for community organizations and activities for children and families, all geared towards creating a festival-like atmosphere.

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