The glorious legend of Leon Claxton’s Harlem in Havana- a so-called "Jig Show" that endures racism, segregation and immigration laws to become popular in the 1940s through the 1960s, and the brave African-American showman who left an extraordinary entertainment legacy despite the insurmountable odds against him and his dreams.


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Angela Alford 
Dr. Kemi Amola- Hill
Jameka Autry 
David Bellin
Monty Bowman
Dan Brawley
Lindsay Braynen & DarkLake Tarot 
William Butuk 
Black Women’s Investment Club
BeeJay Claxton (In memory of Leon D. Claxton, Jr) 
Claire Kane
Ashonda Claxton
Gwennette Claxton 
Greater Tampa Showmen’s Association
Danielle Copeland
Brittney Copeland
Patricia R. Corbett 
Michael Crittenden
Cucalorus Film Festival
Maurice Fontaine 
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 John Cunningham 
Traci Cunningham 
Taylor Cunningham
Chris Durman
Jim Elliott 
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Lana Garland
James Gataiant 
Alex Gazio
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Elizabeth Hartman
 Lauren Heirigs
Bill Hall of Hall International Exhibits 
International Independent Showmen's Museum
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Alana A, Jones 
Steve King 
Marc Maximov 
Elisa Lamont
Material Life
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John Myers Blues Band
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Stephanie McCrae
Paul Meyer-Strom 
Larry Peterson 
Mesha Provo
Charis S Railey
Rachel Raney 
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Diane Robertson
Cheryl Rodriquez
Beatrice Rodriquez
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Sarah Stringfield 
Alexander Totz 
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Naomi Walker
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