Ethiopian World Federation Incorporated (EWF) is a charitable organization established in the United States in 1937. Its aims were to mobilize support for the Ethiopians during the Italian invasion of 1935-41 and to embody the unity of Ethiopians (Black people) home and abroad. Sections were established in other parts of the Americas. Later, the TEWF,INC. was given charge of an area of land in Ethiopia for housing returning emigrants.

Association of Rastafari Creatives (ARC) – The creatives who embraced this global movement of Ras Tafari and are called by the name of Ras Tafari have determined to come together and wish to respond to the music, arts and agricultural development challenges facing Jamaica, the Caribbean, Africa and the Diaspora, particularly in regard to the cultural exchange between Africa, Jamaica and other Caribbean islands.

Rastafari.TV is a charitable organized nation and heritage ARChive catering to the socially conscious community. A multi-media global network intended to build bridges and connections amongst all spiritual, Afri-centric and Indigenous ones.

DARC Foundation (Diaspora African Rastafari Congress) promotes and preserves the advancement of RasTafari through social, cultural, economic, scientific and technological ventures.

I Never Knew TV‘s mission is to inform and inspire curious minds through meaningful dialogue and the sharing of revolutionary ideas and practices.


RasTa: A Soul’s Journey, tells the story of the journey of Rita and Bob Marley’s granddaughter’s, Donisha Prendergast, to eight (8) countries — United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, India, Israel, Canada and Jamaica — to explore the roots, evolution and impact of Rastafari.

The Price of Memory

  • Queen Elizabeth II, the British Monarch, visits Jamaica for her Golden Jubilee Celebrations. While there, she is petitioned by a small group of Rastafari for slavery reparations. The film traces this petition, as well as a reparations lawsuit against the Queen.

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