Sunday, August 10, 2008

MARCUS GARVEY EARTHDAY CELEBRATION - SUNDAY AUGUST 17,2008 - BAYOU ROAD - NEW ORLEANS



JAH GHETTO BEGINNINGS presents:




Marcus Garvey Earth Day Celebration



Sunday August 17, 2008 7 p.m. - until

Club Caribbean
2441 Bayou Road (at Dorgenois)
DIRECTIONS





"Bless us and come forth for our Marcus Garvey celebration"
--Ras Bo & Sister Tricia


MARCUS GARVEY EARTH DAY CELEBRATION LINE-UP:
DJ Nelson
DJ Rock-A-Dread
Zion Trinity
AmbushAfrican Dancing & Drumming
Nature Man - African Culture Poetry

BLESSINGS:Free food, music & entertainment.Gifts to the first 50 people at the door.


FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:Ras Bo or Sister Tricia



CLICK 2 LISTEN:
new orleans ORIGINAL Reggae Artist ~ NATURE MAN

CONTACT: tuffnuchiternational AT yahoo.com
***the current ETHIOPIAN flag: Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world that has no history of colonization. Upon their independence, many African countries adopted the colors of the Ethiopian flag - green, yellow and red - that became known as the Pan-African colors.

The official flag of Ethiopia consists of three equal and horizontal bands of green (top), yellow, and red with a yellow pentagram and single yellow rays emanating from the angles between the points on a light blue disk centered on the three bands.
The yellow pentagram on the blue disk, also known as the National Coat of Arms, is a symbol of the current government; it is intended to reflect the desire of the nations, nationalities and peoples of Ethiopia, as well as of its religious communities, to live together in unity and equality.
Prior governments had their own unique identifiers (National Coat of Arms) on the flag. For instance, the DERGUE had the Arma placed on the flag and the late Emperor Haile Sellassie had the Lion of Judah on the flag.
Although the National Coat of Arms has changed with the governments over the times - the green, the yellow and the red - has survived.
Ethiopian Flag Meaning:The colored stripes on the Ethiopian flag are significant - the red stripe stands for power, faith and blood; the yellow symbolizes the church, peace, natural wealth and love; and the green represents the land and hope. The colors were also interpreted to have a connection to the Holy Trinity, and the three main provinces of Ethiopia. The star represents unity of the people and the races that make up Ethiopia. The five rays on the outside of the star represent prosperity and the blue disk represents peace.

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