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The Dub – September issue now available
““The question of how effective or meaningful this is going to be will only be answered over time,” Professor Wilder said.”
A crucial reasoning between two Elders, up on the hill in the heart of I-taly, to enlighten and strenghten InI Rastafari children history, knowledge, culture and livity. A deep insight into the Rastafari movement, from its origins through the nowadays situation, to the future of InI Rastafari Nation.
The “Rastafari Live” site is making ” My Life and Ethiopia’s Progress -the Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I ” available on-line at this address: http://rastafarilive.com/autobiography-1/index.htm
We are highlighting the Rastafari Cultural Calender, with the 100th Year (Centenary) Anniversary of the elevation of Prince Regent in 1916 when he was first given the name “RasTafari”, the name by which the movement is known today. We will acknowledge the 50th Year (Jubilee) of when His Imperial Majesty left from Ethiopia to visit…
CALLING all Houses, Mansions, Elders, Mature ones and Youths of RASTAFARI Blessings in the Name of His Imperial Majesty and Empress Menen. Speakers’ Corner, a special feature of the Rastafari In Motion exhibition in Brixton at the Black Cultural Archives, Windrush Square, has ‘open-mic’ slots on Fridays: July 29, August 5,12,19, 26, Sept 2nd, for Rastafari Houses or individuals…
Greetings Collective, The next Elder InI will be strengthening is Dawta Imija. Dawta Imija is from the Nyah Binghi Order and is presently living on the grounds at Scotts Pass.
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New book uncovers fresh details about Haile Selassie’s epic struggles while living in Bath