Rastafarianism resurgence in Jamaica
White-robed Rastafarian Priest Forrester motions toward the ocean below in November where he believes that big ships will someday arrive to carry the descendants of African slaves back to Africa, at the isolated hilltop Bobo Ashanti commune in Bull Bay, Jamaica. More people are joining Jamaica's homegrown Rastafarian religion some 80 years after it was founded by the descendants of African slaves in response to black oppression on the Caribbean island.
Rastafarianism resurgence in Jamaica.
BULL BAY, Jamaica — The robed Rastafarian priest looked out over the turquoise sea off Jamaica's southeast coast and fervently described his belief that deliverance is at hand.
Around him at the sprawling Bobo Ashanti commune on an isolated hilltop, a few women and about 200 dreadlo. Read Rastafarianism resurgence in Jamaica...