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Pioneers & Martyrs | DARC Foundation (Diaspora of The African Rastafari Congress)
Ras Sam Brown

Ras Sam Brown

Ras Sam Brown (16 December 1925-August 1998) was a Maverick, a Jamaican RasTafari elder well known in Kingston for his politics after he participated in the elections of 1961 with his Suffering People’s Party.  The first Rasta to ever stand for politics his...
Prophet Gad

Prophet Gad

Prophet Gad was born as Vernon Carrington on November 1, 1936. Prophet Gad founded the Twelve Tribes of Israel branch of the RasTafari movement in 1968. He was also a member of The Ethiopian World Federation (EWF Inc.) that was founded by Emperor Haile Sellassie 1st...
Rev. James Morris Webb

Rev. James Morris Webb

“LOOK TO AFRICA, WHEN A BLACK KING SHALL BE CROWNED” Many people believe that it was Marcus Garvey who in 1920, said (“Look to Africa, when a black king shall be crowned, for the day of deliverance is at hand”), came true in 1930, when Ras Tafari Makonnen...
Rt. Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards

Rt. Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards

In this article I would like to examine the formative years of the EABIC and its Founder, Leader, Rt. Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards. Among the countless number of immortalized heroes, who have selflessly fought for the upliftment of our race, the Rt. Hon....
Alexander Bedward

Alexander Bedward

Between 1891 and 1921, Alexander Bedward, an African-Jamaican healer, led the Jamaica Baptist Free Church in August Town, Jamaica, on the Hope River. Born in 1848 or 1850 at the present Matilda’s Corner, then part of Hope Plantation in St. Andrew Parish, Bedward...
The Honorable Marcus Garvey

The Honorable Marcus Garvey

Marcus Mosiah Garvey (1887-1940), an African man from the West Indies, was one of the first to articulate the concept of African nationalism – of black people returning to Africa, the continent of their forefathers, to build a great nation of their own. Garvey...