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This Ras Flako’s series of interviews is to celebrate 90 years of Rastafari Movement.
2020 marks 90 years since the Coronation of His Imperial Majesty and the revelation of Rastafari Movement.
The Rastafari community, led by EWF Inc Local #3 Negusa Negast London are creating a sacred garden on the site of Sidetegnaw Medhane Alem Chapel at Fairfield House in Bath, Somerset, UK
The Afrikan Caribbean Assembly (ACA) Youth Chapter Bristol, herby demands that Bristol City Council cancel the sale of the former Justice For Marlon Thomas / Rastafari Culture Centre situated at 134a – 136 Grosvenor Road St. Paul’s.
In this second part of his autobiographic testimony, Elder Ras Flako Tafari recalls the College time with particular focus on the life on the campus as a Rastafari student.
In this one hundred and twenty-eight anniversary of the birth of the divine child, Ian’I meditates on the greatness of this promise and the magnificence of its meaning.
A beautiful initiative in order to help Ethiopian in this very difficult moment.
Ras Flako Tafari in this autobiographic testimony speaks about his own life from childhood to the present days and his involvement in many Rastafari projects.
It is with great pleasure that I present to our community this new cultural magazine which is a continuation of the works and brand known as I Negus Records International (INRI) currently in the public domain as a record label.
The cutting of the beard of our client in the circumstances outlined above; represents a serious and irreparable breach of his constitutional right to practice his religious beliefs.
His Imperial Majesty’s visit to Jamaica was something of unprecedented greatness.