SPONSORS & Resources

The Louise Bennett-Coverley Heritage Council (Fla.) Inc. was launched as a channel for sharing all aspects of Jamaica’s rich folkloric culture. Through Edutainment -  education through entertainment  - the Council helps Jamaicans in South Florida celebrate, enjoy, and pass on our cultural heritage to the next generation. Jamaicans’ strong sense of self-worth and pride in our heritage is a key factor in our continuing success as a people making our way in the Diaspora.

 

Support from Jamaican individuals, businesses and organizations has been paramount in the success of the Council’s edutainment events. With this support, we have provided annual scholarships to talented students at the Edna Manley College in Jamaica and to students at Broward College, hosting partner in our Annual Reading Festivals. 

Thank You….Thank you……Thank you…to our Sponsors!

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Doctor Bird

  • Jamaica Tourist Board

  • Sandals Resorts

  •  Broward College

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Ackee

  • Friends of South Regional-BC Library

  • Jamaica National Bank

  • Jamaican Folk Revue

  • Neita’s Nest B & B

  • Tallawah Mento Band

  • Wawa Aba Wellness Center

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Lignum Vitae

  • XLCR Alumni Association

  • Caribbean Today

  • Eddy Edwards

  • Don Daly and Jamusa

  • Miami Gardens Observer

  • Geoffrey Philp

  • Riddims Marketing

  • S. Fla. Caribbean News

  • Hot105AM

  • WAVS1170AM

  • WZAB 880AM

  • Pat Montague

  • Rodney Baltimore

  • Tanto Irie

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Blue Mahoe

  • Antilles Freight Corporation – 30 Years of Service

  • Aston Cooke

  • Top Hill Treats - Dornett Mullings

  • Val and Norma Darby

Resources

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Keeping Our Culture Alive:

Interview With Norma Darby

of the Jamaican Folk Revue

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Jamaican Folk Revue

The Beat of Jamaica

Tallawah Mento Band:

Tallawah in fine style

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Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.