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Culture Minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange says her ministry is committed to the acquisition and development of lands at Pinnacle in St Catherine on behalf of the Rastafari community.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has undertaken to have the Cabinet review the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, and its implications for the Jamaican Rastafari community.
Special interview with Ras Flako Tafari from Montego Bay (JA), courtesy of Ras Julio from Perugia (Italy)
I have the honour in this dispatch to report that His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, accompanied by an official entourage of 12, including two of his grandchildren, Her Royal Highness Imebet Sofyia Desta and His Highness Prince Mikael, paid a State visit to Jamaica from 21-24 April.
On Jan. 22, a gathering of Rastafari farmers met at the Rastafari Undernet Center, in St. Anna Bay, town of Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
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.
The Government for the first time has openly recognised Rastafarianism as a religion in an out-of-court agreement signed yesterday.
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.
The purpose of this news conference was to gather many of Jamaica’s moral leaders together to ask the Jamaican people to join them this year making Bob Marley’s songs a reality by each person exercising as much forgiveness in their personal relationships as they are presently able