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MISSION: The Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music, Inc. is on a mission to raise the bar in the creation, development, promotion and presentation of reggae music; to elevate the profile of its purveyors; to research, codify, curate and disseminate information about the genre; and to increase understanding of its development and its influence.

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