In 2003, a few homeschooling parents in Washington DC decided to cooperatively educate their youth. The next year RasTafari Basic Academy was born as a homeschool cooperative. It operated as a full day school for close to 2 years. Some of the youth who attended RasTafari Basic Academy are now young adults attending Colleges and Universities. Today Rastafari Academy is preparing to launch an online homeschool resource site. Stay tuned.....
Rastafari Women Today 'The Anthology'
Blessed Mothers Day today and every day Queens 👑💚💛❤️🌹🌺🌷💐🌼🌻 🎨 by @Ato K. D. Roberts
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Celebrating The Life & Legacy of Ijahnya Christian
Rwanda sets record as 1st country to produce made-in-Africa phones
Other countries targeted in the maiden export plan are DR Congo and Angola. The Mara Phone plant was commissioned on Monday, October 7, by Rwanda President Paul Kagame and employs about 200 people (90% local technicians).
Mama Ijahnya Christian: "Rastafari is the Vanguard of the Pan African Movement"
#IjahnyaChristian #Rastafari #PanAfricanism This video is compiled in loving memory of Mama Ijahnya Christian (as I call her affectionately), following her g...
Rastafari Women Today 'The Anthology'
Rastafari Women Today 'The Anthology'
Rest In Perfect Peace Empress Ijahnya Christian. You blazed the trail for InI 🙏🏿👑✨ 💚💛❤️ 💐
April 24, 1966 HIM Emperor Haile Selassie I visited Haiti. He would be the only Head of State to visit Haiti under Duvalier.
Earl "Chinna" Smith Innadeyard Binghistra Movement performing at the #FirstJamaican420Expo, Jamnesia Surf Camp, Bull Bay, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
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Grounation Day | Haile Selassie The First's visit to Jamaica | Rasta Ites
His Imperial Majesty’s visit to Jamaica was something of unprecedented greatness.
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April 21, 1966 HIM Emperor Haile Selassie I visited Jamaica
Haile Selassie visited Jamaica on April 21, 1966, and approximately one hundred thousand Rastafari from all over Jamaica descended on Palisadoes Airport in Kingston, having heard that the man whom …
April 21, 1966 HIM Emperor Haile Selassie I visited Barbados
A short video when Selassie I visit Barbados fifty years ago, 1966
Rastafari Retreat Center - Ghana
~ Reasoning is Better than preaching. Hurry up and come home.. Come make we sit down and reason.
Africa poised to become the world’s largest solar power zone in 2025 - Face2Face Africa
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95-Year-Old Woman Says Smoking Weed Is Key To Long And Happy Life
95-year-old, Melita Gordon has been smoking marijuana for 85 years, now even her doctor is encouraging her not to quit. She says it's the key to a long life
Beautiful Double Rainbow in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, April 2020
Beautiful Double Rainbow in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, April 2020 ቅንጥብጣብ ትሕዝቶታት።
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Dr Arikana Chihombori calls Africa to have Single Currency, Single Market, The Time to UNITE IS NOW
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Today is The Republic of Zimbabwe's Independence Day! #HappyIndependenceDay
On April 18, 1980 The Republic of Zimbabwe gained their independence from Britain.
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April 18, 1966 HIM Emperor Haile Selassie I visited Trinidad & Tobago
Emperor Haile Selassie I Visited Trinidad & Tobago on April 18, 1966, then Jamaica on April 21, 1966 When Trinidad & Tobago became independent, the 1st Prime...
The pandemic can be a catalyst for decolonisation in Africa
As the West focuses on its own survival, Africans have the opportunity to complete what their ancestors started.
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Rastafarians in Mpumalanga concerned about COVID-19
Residents of a Rastafarian village in Mpumalanga say they are concerned about COVID-19. They say industrialisation is at the core of the virus and could have...
For Rastas, Eating Pure Food From the Earth is a Sacred Duty
Before modern-day health food, Rastafarians were making breadfruit spiced with Scotch bonnet peppers and coconut milk, not chemicals.
Zimbabwe approves herbal treatment for COVID-19 - Face2Face Africa
Could herbal treatment be the answer to the coronavirus? Zimbabwe government has authorized traditional herbalists to treat coronavirus patients.
Coming Together, Staying Together And Emerging Triumphant
A Statement from the Crown Council of Ethiopia by its President,
His Imperial Highness Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie Haile-Selassie
April 7, 2020 / 29th Mägabit 2012
Now, as the world is falling victim to a global and indiscriminate virus and has entered into a new era of economic dislocation, the People of Ethiopia are being challenged as never before.
And yet we shall prevail.
It seems as if the Almighty, in His Infinite Wisdom, is giving one more test to the Ethiopian People, who were emerging from almost a half-century of suffering. We were given a moment to breathe, but only so that we could gain strength to face the coming period.
This is our true test. We believed we had thrown off the shackles of communism and tyranny. We believed we were set to resume the path toward true democracy. Then this new crisis beset us, and all the world.
We had been given the past two years to grasp the gift we were given: the freedom to work together as Ethiopians, as true brothers and sisters, regardless of our region, our language, or our beliefs. Yet many of us still had scores to settle after 44 years of communist “divide and rule” tyranny.
Now we need to set aside the bitterness of those years. We must set them aside. We are one great People, made up of many equal clans and tribes and regions. And we will only survive this latest plague of economic and physical hardship, and start again on the road to prosperity, if we focus on the importance of unity and discard the small things.
We know that we can and will prevail in this new crisis. We can and will conquer not only the temporary scourge of this virus, which has already taken its first Ethiopian lives in Ethiopia itself and in the Diaspora, but we will come together as never before. Those we have lost to this virus, and those we are still yet lose, are indeed martyrs who cause us to pause in humility, to cease our quarreling and come together again; in sorrow for the lost souls and lost time, but united and proud.
Their deaths — and the sacrifices of our healthcare professionals at all levels, and all those who volunteer to help those suffering because of this combined biological and economic virus — will not be in vain if we cease our bickering and rejoice in our ability to make our peoples once again greater than the sum of their parts.
We have been given a great opportunity to set aside our petty differences — indeed, we have been given a wider world view in which our differences as Ethiopians can be celebrated and respected — in order to create a new Ethiopia which shows the world our three and a half millennia of unique strengths.
The Government has wisely attempted to introduce practical measures which will limit the spread of the coronavirus, and to enable our healthcare professionals to show us their skills, valor, and commitment.
But what this period also gives us is time to reflect on the possibility that we can emerge from this period of challenge, restored as a true family of Ethiopians.
This must be a time for us to innovate a new Ethiopia. We must strive to grow our own food in abundance, and feed all Ethiopians. We must seek ways to open our internal trade so that our own food crops and manufactures can be distributed to all corners of Ethiopia. And this must include all the members of our historical family, such as Eritrea and Djibouti.
We must all take heart and joy in the songs and symbols of our neighbors. We must give thanks that no Ethiopian can be set above another. And that no other people can set themselves above Ethiopians, just as we do not wish to set ourselves over others. We must give respect to the differences of faith through which each of us in our separate ways shows service to our Creator. And it is time for us to pray together.
No land has greater opportunity than Ethiopia. No people has a history deeper and richer than Ethiopia. We have each other to share and celebrate our triumphs — and there will be triumphs to come — just as we have each other to strengthen us through our trials.
In all of this, the Crown of Ethiopia is only a symbol of your greatness, your potential, your strength, and your compassion.
It is yours.
God Bless You, and God Bless Ethiopia.
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Ethiopia MPs approve 5-month coronavirus state of emergency | Africanews
The COVID-19 National Ministerial Committee at its second meeting led by PM Abiy agreed on a number of measures aimed at addressing containment and potential spread of the virus.
Bad Friday: Rastafari Persecution Coral Gardens Massacre 1963
‘Bad Friday’ – Documentary Resurrects Jamaica’s Forgotten Past Holy Thursday 1963 was not the peaceful worship day residents of Coral Gardens, St James had envisaged. Church…
Kello had no gun, though his brother had, yet they were able to ambush Italian troops.
Bad Friday ~ Rastafari after Coral Gardens
How a Rastafarian village gave Hollywood Peter Pan
A child actor from a small religious community in Antigua is bringing the timeless character to life.
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