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Attending delegates exceeded expected numbers, totaling in advance of 100 participants from global constituencies of Rastafari.
“In the name of the Almighty God, We Haile Sellassie I, the Emperor of Ethiopia, swear that We will uphold and defend the Constitution of the Empire”
Iyahbinghi radio show: every sunday from 9pm to 10pm (italian language)
The RRL exhibition Rastafari: The Majesty and The Movement was first shown in Ethiopia in 2014 at the Museum of Addis Ababa. It was the British component in an international tribute to the Emperor. Since then the exhibition has toured several British cities with growing success. Its present run at the Montego Bay Cultural Centre ends on 30th June. Then it will transfer to UWI and other Rastafari venues in Jamaica throughout 2016.
Confidential British Government Report – Jamaica: State Visit of the Emperor Haile Selassie 21-24 April 1966
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.
The Rastafari Community in Chile is engaged in a proactive manner with the Pan African people and organizations in the region. They have established collaborative relationship to keep alive the African identity, culture and tradition, and its contribution to the development of not just Chile but of South America historically.
“In order that CPAN fulfill its Mission and Goals, the following program areas were identified: Formal Participation in African Union Structures and Programs; Education and Culture; Trade and Investment; Caribbean Unity; Reparations and Youth Mentorship and Leadership”
The opening ceremony took place on Sunday 12th October from 5.00pm at the Multi-Purpose Cultural Center in St. Johns.
The beginning of 2014 brought the opportunity for Yawenta to receive a lot of new equipment in response to our request made in December.
A pictorial report from the Global African Diaspora Summit, 2012