if they want to - that's their business.
Should Rastafari build collective economic resources which can be used to care for the infants, the elderly and African people at home and abroad?
Should Rastafari people develop initiatives by which we develop and sustain educational facilities that meet the needs of both the youth and adult learners?
Should Rastafari people promote dialogue between Africans on the continent and abroad to strengthen collective security for Africans throughout the world?
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