Archive For The “Interviews” Category
Rastafari Elder Ras Flako Tafari traces the history of Rastafari Movement from Jamaica to the entire World.
An extract from one of the seminaries of the House Of Rastafari, the Rasta cultural area in the Rototom Sunsplash Festival, Benicassim Spain.
Ras Ibi’s experiences and testimonies are precious to over-stand those historical moments that shaped the internationalization of Rastafari.
Bongo Isaac is a Rastafari Ancient, a Coral Gardens survivor and one of the elders of Pitfour Nyah Binghi Center. In this clear and exhaustive statement he defines the meaning of being Rastafari according to the tradition.
Ancient Bongo Cecil Nyah Binghi is a eighty four old ancient, trodding from a long time, ova hills and valleys, rocks and mountains. He had faced many tribulations and hardships along the way, even today it is not an easy road.
Bongo Isaac will reason about the importance of the Ethiopian Christmas for the Rastafari Movement.
The aim of this project is to facilitate the spreading of the elders’ teachings and at the same time invite the public to directly help and support these pioneers of the Movement.
A brand new crucial interview to Mama Dean about her time as a collaborator of Bongo Watto, also known as Ras Boanegers. Even though he has been one of the most influential patriarchs of the Rastafari movement, very little is known about him. This testimony hopes to bring more light about this inspirational Incient.
Bongo Jack is a survivor of the Coral Gardens persecution during which he was victim and witness of violence and brutality.