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A History of Ethiopia Nubia & Abyssinia, Vol. 2
There is a possibility that the people of upper Egypt were descendants of settlers from the south — eastern parts of the Sudan … believed that the Egyptians and the people of Punt belonged to the same race. Sir E.A. … Continued
Black Sisters Speak Out
Black Sisters Speak Out: Black women have been silent for too long. Are they now beginning to find their voice? Are they claiming to the right to speak for themselves. Have black woman already spoken? Have they already made themselves … Continued
Dread History demonstrates what philosophies and ideologies helped to influence and shape this new, yet old, dynamic and progressive Pan-African way of life – Rastafari… and the seminal role that Leonard P. Howell played in letting the people of Jamaica … Continued
From Babylon to Rastafari: Origin and History of the Rastafarian Movement
A splendid piece of work written on a remarkable, dynamic and indigenous movement by one of its ardent followers. In this book, Mack unfolds the one true binding tenet of the Rastafari concept.
From the Maroons to Marcus: A Historical Development (Caribbean Children Series)
A biography of the black nationalist leader who worked to improve conditions for black workers in his native country of Jamaica and pledged to free Africa from white colonial rule and establish a black homeland there.
Haile Sellassie and the Opening of the Seven Seals
The present work is characteristic of the bold style of rastafari scholarship that leaves no stone unturned in its broad sweep of man’s existence on this planet Editorial Reviews From the Publisher A profound document…rasta really has it this time! … Continued
History of Negro Revolt
A History of Negro Revolt … is Pan-African in conception, with an interesting attempt to trace the history of struggle in the Caribbean during slavery, in Afro-America to the war of the rebellion, in Africa after the 19th century advent … Continued
Pan Africanism and Zionism: Political Movements in Polarity
About the Author Toks Adewale is a scholar-activist with over twenty years of experience in researching, writing, speaking, and organizing on the behalf of the Pan-African movement Pan-Africanism and Zionism must be read by all persons who are serious about … Continued
Rasta: Emperor Haile Sellassie and the Rastafarians
A classic look at the relationship between Emperor Haile Sellassie I and the Rastafarians. About the Author Born in Trinidad & Tobago, Jah Ahkell is a Rastafarian scholar and businessman.