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October 23, 2019
Junkanoo Commandos’ relationship with Norfolk’s Caribbean Community results in donation of hurricane relief supplies

Executives of the Junkanoo Commandos cultural organization turned over the paperwork to twenty-two, 55-gallon barrels filled with hurricane relief supplies to the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development -- the result of a Bahamas Hurricane Relief Extravaganza organized by the Caribbean People Organization (CPO), Inc. a 501c3 organization, based in Norfolk, Virginia, United States of Amer...

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December 08, 2016
Grand Bahama Junior Junkanoo Groups Get Assistance

Not only are the junior “Junkanooers” being supplied with the basic materials needed to create their costumes, they will also be offered help in the creation of such costumes. As a part of the preparation members of the various senior Junkanoo groups on the island have offered their services...

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December 28, 2010
Feather shortage 'caused panic in Junkanoo world'

By NOELLE NICOLLS

Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

THE Junkanoo world was in panic last week over a feather shortage allegedly caused by a missing shipment of goods, according to Tribune sources yesterday.

More than $50,000 worth of supplies, ordered by a major Junkanoo store through a multinational courier, were "lost in transit."

The shipment contained "very important pieces...

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March 16, 2015
Indigenous Materials Secure New Platform Through BNFC Partnership with BAIC

Economic boost to Bahamian Material Producers throughout the country...

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November 12, 2011
Artists come together in petition to remove duty from art supplies

Years ago, the late Brent Malone often called upon the Bahamian government to reevaluate the 45% duty on imported art supplies.
Since then, musicians, Junkanoo artists and even printing companies have received concessions or had the duty removed completely to continue doing the work they love and which contribute to the cultural development of The Bahamas.
Now one artist has taken up the cause so ...

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