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  2. Louise Bennett-Coverley - Wikipedia

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    Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley or Miss Lou OM, OJ, MBE (7 September 1919 – 26 July 2006), was a Jamaican poet, folklorist, writer, and educator. Writing and performing her poems in Jamaican Patois or Creole, Bennett worked to preserve the practice of presenting poetry, folk songs and stories in patois (" nation language "), [2] establishing the validity of local languages for literary expression.

  3. Louise Bennett-Coverley – Jamaica Information Service

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    Louise Bennett-Coverley. Place of Birth: Kingston. Date of Birth: September 07, 1919. Date of Death: July 26, 2006. Alias: Miss Lou. Accomplishments: Jamaican poet and activist. Louise Bennett was born on September 7, 1919. She was a Jamaican poet and activist. From Kingston, Jamaica Louise Bennett remains a household name in Jamaica, a “Living Legend” and a cultural icon.

  4. Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley – Mother Of Jamaican Culture

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    Story Highlights. Celebrated Jamaican poet, performer, writer, educator, folklorist and activist, Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley, remains a prominent figure in local culture. Affectionately known as ‘Miss Lou’, she is credited as being a champion of the Jamaican dialect (patois) and way of life. Her work, which comprises poems, songs and stories, is based on her analysis and commentary of the Jamaican way of life, supported by her extensive research of local folklore, which has been ...

  5. The Louise Bennett-Coverley Heritage Council (Fla.) Inc. was launched to preserve the legacy of Jamaica’s cultural icon, Louise Bennett-Coverley, affectionately called “Miss Lou,” and share 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.

  6. Rt. Hon. Dr. Louise Bennett Coverley (1919 – 2006) | The ...

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    Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley (Miss Lou) renowned poet, actress, social commentator, comedienne, folklorist was born on Sunday, September 7 1919 at 40 North Street, Kingston to parents Augustus Cornelius Bennett a baker and Kerene Robinson, a dressmaker.

  7. Louise Bennett-Coverley | Books | The Guardian

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    Poet and performer Louise Bennett-Coverley ("Miss Lou"), who has died aged 86, was one of the most influential figures in Jamaican culture. A champion of Jamaican Creole, she was a patriot ...

  8. The Life and Works of Louise Bennett-Coverley - Owlcation

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    Louise Bennett was born on September 7, 1919. She was a Jamaican poet and activist. From Kingston, Jamaica Louise Bennett remains a household name in Jamaica, a “Living Legend” and a cultural icon. Louise Bennett, Jamaican Folklorist, Dies at 86 | New York Times Louise Simone Bennett-Coverly became the voice of the island’s culture at home and abroad. Bennett, Louise | Encyclopedia.com

  9. Louise Bennett-Coverley Biography - Miss Lou The Hon. Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley is quite possibly Jamaica’s most loved Folklorist, Writer, Artiste. Miss Lou, as she is affectionately known, received her education from Ebenezer and Calabar Elementary Schools, St. Simon’s College, Excelsior College, Friends College (Highgate). Best Of Jamaica

  10. Bio | LBC Heritage Council

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    Louise Bennett-Coverley, (“Miss Lou”), Jamaican folklorist, poet, and radio and television personality (born Sept. 7, 1919, Kingston, Jam.—died July 26, 2006, Toronto, Canada), was regarded by many as the “mother of Jamaican culture” for her efforts to popularize Jamaican patois and to celebrate the lives of ordinary Jamaicans.

  11. Louise Bennett - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) She received her education from Ebenezer and Calabar Elementary Schools, St. Simon's College, Excelsior College, Friends College (Highgate). Her contribution to Jamaican cultural life was such that she was honored with the M.B.E., the Norman Manley Award for Excellence (in the field of Arts), the Order of Jamaica (1974) the Institute of Jamaica's Musgrave Silver and Gold Medals for distinguished eminence in the field of Arts and Culture, and in 1983 the Honorary Degree of Doctor ...