"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?
This is the original question Diyouth asked. He asked who Rastafari speaks to. In my posts I wanted him to overstand not who Rastafari speaks to. But what is being said
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