"To Set-Up Jah Kingdom": Joshua Mkhululi, Rastafarian Repatriation, and the Black Radical Network in Tanzania

@article{Bedasse2013ToSJ,
  title={"To Set-Up Jah Kingdom": Joshua Mkhululi, Rastafarian Repatriation, and the Black Radical Network in Tanzania},
  author={Monique A. Bedasse},
  journal={Journal of Africana Religions},
  year={2013},
  volume={1},
  pages={293 - 323}
}
  • Monique A. Bedasse
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Africana Religions
  • Through the life of Joshua Mkhululi, a Jamaican Rastafarian who repatriated to Tanzania in 1976, this article examines Rastafarian repatriation to Africa within the context of black internationalism. It argues that while the Rastafarian notion of return to Africa intersected with other diasporic ideas of return, the Pan-African thought that underlined diasporic back-to-Africa movements was contoured by the religious underpinnings of the Rastafarian movement. 
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