We further declare that as a "Persona Non Grata" President Donald Trump is NOT welcome in any territory of the Caribbean.
Music and spirituality in the heart of Africa to celebrate interfaith harmony
We need to be sensitive in our approach when dealing with local authorities especially on land issues.
The March previously called for January 18th has been officially cancelled. The negotiations are in the process and the international Rastafari family is firmly confident in positive resolutions.
Bongo Isaac will reason about the importance of the Ethiopian Christmas for the Rastafari Movement.
The protest has been put it stand by and hopefully no march will be held
The International Rastafari Protest is on the 18th January 2018.
It is a great pleasure to share this moment with InI and I forward some writings to widen InI mind in fulfilment fe prophecy.
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The Rastafari Chronicles
Mortimo along with other bretheren from other "Houses" approached the University College of West Indies (as it was then known) with the intention of getting them to carry out a survey of the Rastafari Movement.
This unified effort is a reflection of the spirit of co-operation exemplified by the Jamaican Rastafarian Community in Shashemane, Ethiopia.
The first international Eastern Caribbean Conference on Rastafari, entitled 'Organize and Centralize' was convened in Barbados from 17-27 August 1998.
In July 1997 a 10-day Binghi was organized for the first time on the South American mainland in Guyana.
In November 1996 delegates from Britain and the Caribbean attended the first international gathering of Rastafari in Southern Africa.
An international assembly of the faithful was convened in Miami, Florida, USA for a week (strong) of deliberations May 20-26 1994.
In July 1992 a delegation of 50 Rastafari brethren and sistren representing the international community traveled to Ethiopia to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I.
The Bible is the constitution of the Rasta people and Haile Selassie I is the Founding Father. Both are the foundation laws and guide in this time to both live up with and trample down Babylon's illusions.
As Rastafari women, we should celebrate Empress Menen every day.
To make InI redemption more tangible, InI must realize that InI greatest assets are InI selves.
Iloved, this is InI shift to contribute to the building of InI collective security. Let InI work diligently, constructively and cooperatively. Let InI build on the foundation.
Ras Ravin is right on stressing the importance of a spiritual overstanding of these times and of a mystical conception of JAH creator