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Rastafarian Reggae Audio Mixes profess faith, progress, and societal cohesion for The African Diaspora, The African Union, Commonwealth Africa and The Caribbean | Progress and Change for Black Society including societal development, economic success, and institutional cohesiveness to ensure The Civil Rights promised under The United States Constitution and British Constitution will prevail
A brief Surmised History of Marcus Garvey and The U.N.I.A. as they countered institutional Racism, Xenophobia, and Oppression of The Black African Race whilst maintaining stridence in developing efficacious means to Societal Accord, Social Cohesion, and Institutional Acceptance of Blacks and Black Africans
A Brief History of Emperor Haile Selassie as he worked to Unite Africa and fight against the evilous regimes of The Axis Powers and their doctrines of Oppression which were intended to decay progress in Africa for the purpose of mechanized exploitation
The African Union was chartered consequential to the formation of The Organisation of African Unity to deploy mechanisms of Unity, Societal Cohesion, Sustainable Ethical Economic Progress, Political Integration, Counterance to Conditions of Colonialism, and Institutional Coherence throughout Africa for the purpose of promulgating progress for the continent as it counters the invasive institutional remnants of Colonialism
Flag for Asante Kingdom: The Asantehene sends Emissaries on matters of great importance.  A chief may be sent: once, Aduboufuor, Gyaasehene, was sent to patch up some differences which had arisen between Sem (Nsemaa) and Ahanta, and which had been referred to Asantehene.  This was successfully done, and this led to the friendship between Ahanta and Nsemaa on one hand and Asante on the other in which people from eitherside could insult those of the other without generating any bitterness.

After a period of nearly a thousand years of greatness and prosperity, the great empire of Ghana began to decline. By A.D. 1240 it had ceased to be an important kingdom...According to Al Bakri, 'The King of Ghana places a tax of one dinar of gold on each donkey-load of salt that comes into his country'. He also 'places a tax of two dinars of gold on each load of salt that goes out'. Import and Export Taxes yielded much revenue for the king's treasury. The treasury also derived income from what may be called today a production tax; The king took possession of 'all gold nuggets found in the kingdom' except the gold dust which people gathered. The enormous revenue which the kings of Ghana derived from the different sources described above, helped them to: pay the cost of running an efficient public administration, and pay for the up-keep of provincial rulers and governors; adminster the courts of justice, not only in the capital itself, but also throughout the provinces; provide social services for the benefit of the people; maintain a formidable army which was said by Al-Bakri to have numbered 200,000 men, including 40,000 bowmen, as well as a strong force of cavalry; maintain the sumptuous royal palace and court.

Al-Bakri records that succession to the imperial throne of Ghana was by heridtary inheritance through the maternal line: 'This is their custom and habit, that the kingdom is inherited only by the son of the King's sister.' He goes on to explain the customs as follows: The king has no doubt that his successor is a son of his sister, while he is not certain that his son is in fact his own, and he does not rely on the genuineness of his relationship.' At the head of the empire was the king. The king was assisted by able administrators. In later times, these were largely Muslim Scholars and Counsellors. Well-trained administrators, these men served also as secretaries. (SOURCE: West Africa since A.D. 1000: Book One - The People by F.K. Buah)
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Documenting the process of incurred freedom from Criminal Bondage, whilst Blacks obtain manumission in modern societal context.
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