Category Human Rights

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

A big up to my brethren Jah B who I know is returning from a very successful “Martyrs Day” event of which he himself initiated in Jamaica.  Although this actual event took place on the 19th Feb, I can’t help but to prolong it’s lease of life by giving it a mention in this “Black […]Read More

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

A big up to my brethren Jah B who I know is returning from a very successful “Martyrs Day” event of which he himself initiated in Jamaica.  Although this actual event took place on the 19th Feb, I can’t help but to prolong it’s lease of life by giving it a mention in this “Black […]Read More

TRIBUTE TO ROSA PARKS – 1913-2005

Here is a Tribute To Rosa Parks, because it was on this day, December 1st, 1955, yes, 60 years ago, that she was arrested for not giving up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. A two hundred and eighty one day boycotting took place immediately afterwards. To make a long story short, it […]Read More

TRIBUTE TO ROSA PARKS – 1913-2005

Here is a Tribute To Rosa Parks, because it was on this day, December 1st, 1955, yes, 60 years ago, that she was arrested for not giving up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. A two hundred and eighty one day boycotting took place immediately afterwards. To make a long story short, it […]Read More

In Memory of Jordan Davis

Yes Mi Irieites, in memory of Jordan Davis. Today is the 3rd anniversary of his slaying. This incident took place at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida in the mid evening of Friday, November 23rd 2012. If you can remember it was only 9 months prior to this incident that Trayvon Martin, in Sanford, Florida, […]Read More

David Hinds Recognized by the Diaspora African Rastafari Congress

“There’s no music that can unite the people like Reggae music,” – said David Hinds at the 1st Diaspora African Rastafari Congress (DARC) Awards held at the Golden Terrace Banquet Hall in Queens, New York. Hinds received the HIM Liberation Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award for his legendary contribution to reggae music and the Rastafari […]Read More

David Hinds Recognized by the Diaspora African Rastafari Congress

“There’s no music that can unite the people like Reggae music,” – said David Hinds at the 1st Diaspora African Rastafari Congress (DARC) Awards held at the Golden Terrace Banquet Hall in Queens, New York. Hinds received the HIM Liberation Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award for his legendary contribution to reggae music and the Rastafari […]Read More

New Version: “Don’t Shoot (Hands Up, I Can’t Breathe)

Hail Mi Irieites, Here is a version we’ve just finished in the studio. The song is an indictment of the injustice that continues – year after year. How many more will have to die?Read More

RASTAFARI Lives On (1892-1975)

Here is a painting I did of H.I.M. Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I, The Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah.  RASTAFARI liveth still. And lest we forget, here is a photo of Emmitt Till: Yesterday was also the 60th anniversary of his death. Sixty years on and very little has changed in the Deep […]Read More

RASTAFARI Lives On (1892-1975)

Here is a painting I did of H.I.M. Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I, The Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah.  RASTAFARI liveth still. And lest we forget, here is a photo of Emmitt Till: Yesterday was also the 60th anniversary of his death. Sixty years on and very little has changed in the Deep […]Read More