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Crystal Parrot, Inc.

OUR VISION -- Raise awareness about our history, celebrate our global community, explore our heritage and pay homage to our diversity. OUR MISSION -- Reestablish the historical and cultural connections of South Florida and its Keys, the Bahama islands and the diverse islands of the Caribbean; -- Engage a cultural exchange and collaboration opportunities between leading artists, accomplished historians, archaeologists and anthropologists; -- Serve as an outlet for local artists, designers, actors, poets, dancers, singers and musicians; and to -- Produce outreach events that raise awareness of preservation efforts that affect our local communities. OUR LEADING PROJECT -- Restore the Mariah Brown House as a community-curated interactive museum in the heart of Coconut Grove. OTHER PROJECTS -- Preserve the Miami Circle in Downtown Miami and install a life-sized sculpture honoring indigenous people worldwide. For more details, images, and video links please visit our homepage crystalparrot.org

6501 SW 62 CT
Miami, FL 33143

305-519-5510
Sandra Riley has donated the entire edition of her latest book "The Lucayan Taino" to Crystal Parrot so that 100% of the proceeds can go toward the making of a monument in Miami to honor indigenous peoples. This bronze sculpture by artist James Mastin is the model for a life-size public installation. It depicts a family dancing in the water with dolphins, celebrating life; there is a space for us to take hands with them.