The African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica
African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica’s mission is to deepen public awareness of the contribution of African cultural retention to the Jamaican social ethos. As the division with the designated responsibility for cultural research within the Institute of Jamaica, the ACIJ has developed a systematic research and documentation programme, thereby establishing its importance as a centre for the study of the African presence in Jamaican and Caribbean culture.
National Library of Jamaica
National Library of Jamaica is Jamaica’s premier library for fostering and promoting the nation’s knowledge of its history, heritage, and information sources.
University of the West Indies
The mission of the University of the West Indies is to propel the economic, social, political and cultural development of West Indian society through teaching, research, innovation advisory and community services, and intellectual leadership.
Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series
Reel Sisters’ mission is to cultivate and spotlight the unique talent and struggle of women of color in the film industry. Their goal is to empower women filmmakers of African - American, Caribbean, Latina, Asian and African descent.
Fespaco Film Festival
PAN-AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL OF OUGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO
Fespaco promotes the true face of Africa and her way of being through cinema while fostering the distribution and broadcasting of all African film production both inside and outside of Burkina Faso, West Africa. It provides a platform for the industry people to meet and share experiences.
Nike Centre for Art and Culture
Nike Okundaye established the first Centre for Art and Culture in Oshogbo, Nigeria in 1983, where she taught 20 young girls the art of batiking. International scholars and researchers in traditional African art and culture visit this center to learn and conduct research into Yoruba "Adire" fabric processing and African traditional dyeing methods. In 1996 a textile weaving center was established in Ogidi - Ijumu to employ and empower women in the area. Nike Centre for Art and Culture now includes art galleries in Lagos, Oshogbo, Ogidi and Abuja.
International Congress of Orisa Tradition & Culture
International Congress of Orisa Tradition and Culture is the world's largest organization of practitioners and scholars that research or teach topics related to Orisa tradition, religion and culture. OrisaWorld promotes cooperation, understanding and excellence in a world where Orisa Tradition and Culture plays a central role in the day-to-day lives of over 100 million people. OrisaWorld has individual and institutional members from over 50 countries.
Scribe Video Center
Scribe Video Center was founded in 1982 as a place where emerging and experienced media artists could gain access to the tools and knowledge of video making and work together in a supportive environment. Scribe provides training in all aspects of film, video and audio production. This allows emerging and mid-level video makers the skills and opportunity to use video and film as tools for self-expression and for representing and supporting their communities.