We reaffirm Today, in the name of principle and right, our opposition to prejudice, wherever and in whatever form it may be found, and particularly do we rededicate ourselves to the eradication of racial discrimination from this continent. We can never rest content with our achievements so long as men, in any part of Africa, assert on racial grounds their superiority over the least of our brothers. Racial discrimination constitutes a negation of the spiritual and psychological equality which we have fought to achieve and a denial of the personality and dignity which we have struggled to establish for ourselves as AFRICANS. Haile Selassie I, May 1963.
Who is African?
Is it in geneology?
Is it in philosophy?
Is it in relations?
Is it to be born or die in in the continent?
Is it to have lived in it for generations?
Is it to live and die for Afrocentric commitment?
Is it to hail from or repatriate there?
Is it to declare?
Is it in culture?
Is is in structure?
For I, African is who KEEP their ancestry of indigenous inhabitants of Africa, THEN fulfill ALL if not MOST of the already said.
RASTAFARI AND BLACK LIBERATION.