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  • The report was written by Sister Ijahnya Christian, of the Athlyi Rogers Institute.
    Shashamane Ras Tafari Elders Fellowship
    Greetings and blessings to the Ras Tafari and Pan African Family here in Baltimore and across the many regions of the earth who may read this article.As communities across the globe prepare celebrations for the 126th year since the birth of the...
  • Ras Marcus Selassie: A true Pan African and Ras Tafari Hero
    Marcus Selassie: 90 years in the life of a true Pan African/Ras Tafari Hero
    Today, July 25, 2013 Ras Marcus Selassie, otherwise known as Solomon Wolfe (Papa Sala) celebrates his 90th birthday, and of course, its being celebrated in Shashemane, Ethiopia-that beautiful land!Solomon Wolfe is the Elder States Man and most...
  • Remembering Michael Jackson During African-American Music Month
    African-American music links cultural legacies around the globe (part 1 of 3)
    The basic idea underlying the concept of Pan Africanism is that of cultural awareness and connection leading to mutually beneficial cooperation between people of African descent throughout the Global Village. It is a concept which those who are...
  • African Liberators
    African Unity: The continued works of Emperor Haile Selassie I
    On Saturday May 11, 2013, the Iniversal Development of Ras Tafari Inc (IDOR) held a momentous event celebrating the life of Bob Marley, African Liberation Day and 50 years since the establishment of the Organization of African Unity, (now African...
  • Black Midas
    Jan Carew, Guyanese literary legend, passes at 92
    On December 5, Jan Carew died from natural causes at his home in Louisville, Kentucky. He had come a long way, both literally and figuratively, in the 92 years since he was born in the coastal village of Agricola in what was then British Guiana ...
  • Symposium on Pan Africanism
    Ethiopians: Sharing the Pan African vision to the World
    Among the long standing virtues of the Ethiopian people is their modesty and humility even to a fault, especially concerning Ethiopia’s contribution to world and international development. This was evidenced in the past by the limited...
  • Brother Reuben Kush, Administrator for IDOR's Elders Medical Project
    Celebrating our African heroes and heroines at the 'Gates of Zion'
    The Black History Month celebrations of our African heroes and heroines kicked off in royal Ethiopian style as the Iniversal Development of Ras Tafari (IDOR) launched its second Elders Fellowship in Shashamene, Ethiopia.The event took place on...
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