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JOSEPH - A Rasta Reggae Fable Paperback – March 2, 2013
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Jamaican-born Barbara Makeda Blake-Hannah has been a Rastafarian since the 1970s and is amember of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. As well as JOSEPH – A RASTA REGGAE FABLE, a novel inspired by the life of Bob Marley, Hannah wrote 'Rastafari – The New Creation' , the first text on Rastafari to be written by a practicing member of the faith. Journalist, broadcaster and producer/director of 8 films, she began by working with her father's news magazine, then in 1964 she moved to England and became Britain's 1st Black TV journalist on Thames TV's daily TODAY programme. Returning to Jamaica in 1972, she has worked in a range of media and also in the Office of the Prime Minister under Michael Manley and Edward Seaga. She served as an Independent Senator in Parliament from 1984-1987 and has lectured on Jamaican culture at Universities around the world.
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