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Dread History: Leonard P. Howell and Millenarian Visions in the Early Rastafarian Religion (Paperback)
Dread History: Leonard P. Howell and Millenarian Visions in the Early Rastafarian Religion (Paperback)
Dread History: Leonard P. Howell and Millenarian Visions in the Early Rastafarian Religion (Paperback)
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$54.95

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By Professor Robert A. Hill; Introduction written by Ras Sekou Sankara Tafari

We understand that Rastafari is a real King, in his own right; but certain misguided people in Jamaica, chiefly in the parish of St. Thomas, made of his name a symbol. - Editorial, Jamaica Times, Oct. 24, 1934 Yes, at that time, at that place was the womb of the stirring, was the seed of the faith, which named and proclaimed and pronounced Rastafari Audvil King. "The Awakening (A Journey into the Rastafarian Experience.)"