It was brought to my attention that the great African patriot, Ras Historian who resides in Kingston, Jamaica, is now homeless and have no one to care for him, so, this letter serves to bring some attention to this very serious matter, and I do hope that members of the Rastafari people's movement, in Jamaica, will do a very serious investigation of this matter and find ways and means to redeem him from his distress.
Ras Historian has done great works for African people in his younger days by establishing the United Vendors Association, which was an organization which helped thousands of African people, to acquire their traveling documents to travel to Panama, Haiti, Cayman Islands, the USA and other places, to buy and sell clothing and other goods, as vendors, and to create their own employment, and made life better for themselves and their family.
Ras Historian was also the founder of the Rastafari Movement Association with its Headquaters at Laws Street in Kingston, Jamaica, which was very active in publishing News letters relating to African and Rastafari activities world wide.
Ras Historian was also the founder of the Rastafari International Theocrasy Assemble, which had an international Rastafari conference in the early eighties, which produced from the Conference 22 points for implementation, in order to strengthen the liberation structure of the Rastafari Movement. It is a burning shame upon African people, when an African Patriot like Ras Historian can be homeless and in need of help, and not be helped by his own people, in the city of Kingston, and in Jamaica in general, where he was so active in the United Vendors Association, which helped so many black people, for so many years. Come on people wakeup. The journey of life continues. Take the best care of yourselves and your people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.
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