and the only way this opportunity can be given unto us, is if we all acknowledge equal rights and justice...then from there all can recieve the opportunity to express themselves and all will be known for who or what they are...
Rastafari Speaks...to whom?
I must choose to disagree with this statement respectfully. Rastafari is not about equal rights. Equal rights has to do with all the constitution and all the funny business that InI deal with daily. If you want equal rights you call Jesse Jackson or one of the other christian leaders and take it to the white mans courts. Rastafari is about InI wanting to go home and be left alone. Go home and be left alone......Go home and be left alone
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