King Emmanuel Charles Edwards Rastafari Framed Canvas
On March 1, 1958 Charles Edwards, then known as Prince Emmanuel formed the Ethiopia Africa National Congress in Kingston, Jamaica. Later to be known as the Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress Church of True Divine Salvation (E.A.B.I.C) or the Bobo Ashanti, the adherents of this order of the Rastafari faith distinguished themselves from mainstream Jamaican society by rejecting British colonial influence and promoting their Africanity. This was a potent stance in a majority Black nation in which white supremacy was the rule and Britain was the exalted “Motherland.” Ever aware of the spiritual and temporal needs of his people, he encouraged them to "live good in yourself and you will see God". Celebrate your love for the EABIC and the Black Christ salvation order with this premium sweatshirt designed exclusively by Black Dominion. 🇬🇭
\n.: 100% cotton fabric canvas\n.: Poplar wood frame with walnut or black finish\n.: High image quality and detail\n.: NB! For indoor use only
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