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A group of local Rastafarians are trying to broker a deal with Nestle Jamaica Limited in order to get part of the proceeds from the sale of a Nestle ice cream product, Rasta Ice.
Princess Tenagne Worq, the first born and last surviving child of Emperor Haile-Selassie, passed forward on Sunday April 6th.
Now InI binghi ground will be ready for May 25th for Afrikan Liberation Day and for iver.
The Government for the first time has openly recognised Rastafarianism as a religion in an out-of-court agreement signed yesterday.
This piece is an examination of the culture that films are responsible for creating.
The Economic and Social Council confirmed membership of The Ethiopian World Federation in the United Nations at its July 2002 Session in New York City.
Likewise in Trinidad and Tobago, Rastafari groups are now in the planning stages for the visit of the Crown Prince which is due for November 18th – December 10th 2002
This unified effort is a reflection of the spirit of co-operation exemplified by the Jamaican Rastafarian Community in Shashemane, Ethiopia.
The purpose of this gathering is to send out a powerful vibration of love and forgiveness to the island and to the world.
Rastafari Agro-Cultural School is the nucleus of Rastafari youth’s efforts in Ethiopia to build a secure future for the yet younger youths of the nation of Rastafari internationally, hereby I&I can act as a bridge for the advancement of the movement.