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Title: Exhibition Ras Tafari in Lusoland: Rastafari in Lusoland King Haile Selassie's visit to Portugal in 1959
Authors: Ramos, Manuel João
Keywords: Ras Tafari
Exhibition
King Haile Selassie's
Portugal
1959
Issue Date: 22-Aug-2012
Abstract: In 1950, the large majority of African people lived under the dominance of a foreign colonial power or the violence of a racist regime. Later, in 1959, a large array of Subsaharan territories was vying for self-determination and independence, following the examples of Ghana and Guinea-Conakry, and stepping into an era of changing. The launching of the Afro-Asiatic movement in 1947 and the Bandung Conference in 1955 may be considered marking steps on the process of decolonization. As they won an increasingly stronger voice claiming for citizenship, dignity, self-representation, self-determination, the colonized started also the hard and long process of decolonizing their minds.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10071/3737
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