“My blackness comes out from my soul, out to colour my skin” (taken from the first line of the first poem written by Sis. Ijahnya)

          Sis Ijahnya Christian, a tireless worker in the Army of RasTafari, a battlefield soldier, a steadfast Ingel, a royal Aeitiopian d...

During the Summer of 1965, three years after he led Trinidad and Tobago to independence, Dr. Eric A. Williams took a tour of nine African countries one being Ethiopia.  During his time there he invited His Imperial Majesty Qidamawe Haile Selassie I to come to Trinidad...

The Rastafari wombman has stood as, and remains a central figure within the Rastafari Movement. However, in the early days her efforts were focused on her role within the family structure.  She existed silently alongside her Kingman and youths, as an Ethiopic image of...

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Ras Tafari (IDOR) 

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