The West Indian Social Club (WISC) of Hartford, founded in 1950, is a cultural and social organization dedicated to the mission of preserving the cultural heritage of the West Indian community in the Greater Hartford area.
The WISC was established to serve the Greater Hartford West Indian population who came in support of the United States World War II efforts. The early population of primarily farm workers started out from humble beginnings, but they had high hopes for the future. They were greatly influenced by West Indian visionaries to improve the quality of life, to preserve the cultural heritage, and to promote economic development in West Indian communities, both at home and abroad. Some of these visionaries include Marcus Garvey, Michael Manley, Alexander Bustamante, Eric Williams, Grantley Adams, and Cheddi Jagan.
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