THE WISE MIND OF EMPEROR HAILE SELLASSIE I

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Rastafari

Author : André Duarte P. de Albuquerque
ISBN : 9788588860841
Genre : Education
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Reason and faith. There is a lot of discussion about this relationship. Saint Augustine said that reason was not necessary, faith would be enough for man. St. Thomas Aquinas recognized the importance of reason to bring man closer to God. André, as I know him, is not a "Thomist", but he mastered very well this second operation. His book fulfills the interesting role of uniting faith and reason, religion and science. He speaks fluently on biblical passages and on how they would have manifested in the peoples of Ethiopia. By doing so, he traces historical records - something from science - at the same time that he unravels his beliefs in biblical teachings. In this singular work there are references to imperialism, to the World Wars, to African decolonization. We also have precious informations about the presence of cannabis in human history, as well as about healthy eating, not determined by economic-industrial interests. Having a wealth of analysis, André still contemplates us with biographical incursions on Bob Marley, not forgetting to present an explanation on the peaceful and involving rhythm of reggae. But I will say no more, so as not to delay the beginning of this motivating reading. Clayton Avelar - Historian
Category: Education

A Dream

Author : Ras Lij Tafari Selassie I Makonnen Woldemikheal Gudussa
ISBN : 9781291319446
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50th Anniversary Of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I First Visit To The United States 1954 2004

Author : Ras Nathaniel
ISBN : 9781412037020
Genre : History
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50th Anniversary of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I: First Visit to the United States (1954 - 2004) is the only book that documents the historic first visit of an African Emperor to America. The book features a day-to-day, city-by-city chronology of the Emperor's visit that includes toasts and speeches given by the Emperor, as well as by President Eisenhower, UN Secretary General Dag Hammerksjold, various city Mayors, University Presidents, and military and church officials. The book includes more than one hundred photographs from the Institute of Ethiopian Studies in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as well as forty clippings from American newspapers. The book also contains an analysis of the Emperor's influence on the Brown vs. Board of Education decision that was passed just eight days before His Imperial Majesty's arrival in America, as well as the siginifigance of the Emperor's visit in American and African American History.
Category: History

African Voices Of The Global Past

Author : Trevor R. Getz
ISBN : 9780429982132
Genre : Political Science
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Global historical events are too often recounted exclusively through European and American voices. African Voices of the Global Past explores six major historical developments of global significance - the Atlantic slave trade, industrialization, colonialism, the World Wars, decolonization, and the development of modern feminism - from an African perspective. Voices emerge throughout the text in the form of primary sources that explore the personal accounts of individuals. These enable students to look beyond the indistinct figures of Africans in European and American accounts to see the people directly involved and affected by the major global changes they experienced. Featuring contributed chapters from renowned scholars, many from the continent of Africa or the African diaspora, African Voices of the Global Past offers a unique view of global history from a traditionally overlooked perspective. This book is a perfect supplement for world history and African history instructors seeking to relate a compelling narrative of major world events.
Category: Political Science

Jahug

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ISBN : IND:30000008446829
Genre : Rastafari movement
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Category: Rastafari movement

Ethiopia Observer

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ISBN : IND:32000013024999
Genre : Ethiopia
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Includes special issues.
Category: Ethiopia

Assault On Rural Poverty

Author : Haileleul Getahun
ISBN : 0761819800
Genre : Business & Economics
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In Assault on Rural Poverty, Haileleul Getahun analyzes the various causes of rural poverty and constraints impeding increased agricultural productivity during the last four decades in Ethiopia, under three different regimes. Getahun examines the feudalistic system under Emperor Haile Selassie, the command economic system of the military junta led by Mengistu Haile Mariam, and the current capitalist system of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia led by Meles Zenawi. Getahun discusses the lessons drawn from Ethiopian experience during these three regimes, as well as from other African and Asian countries. These provide the basis for recommending a small farmer-led agricultural and rural development strategy that, if implemented, would alleviate rural poverty in Ethiopia. The author maintains that the keys for successful development are the provision of institutional savings and credit for small-scale farmers and small business owners; the deep involvement of the community in project planning, implementation, evaluation and sharing of the benefits; and the use of development support communication for motivation, information dissemination, and training. Getahun argues strongly that ethnic politics in Ethiopia are destructive to Ethiopian society and militates against sustainable development. Rather, the path to peace and sustainable development requires that ethnic politics be scrapped and replaced by a genuinely democratic and widely acceptable system of governance.
Category: Business & Economics