Reflections and challenges to 90 years of the Coronation

The 2 November 1930 it is a milestone date for Ethiopia's history, from Africa, and also of a Rastafari movement whose base in its faith is the figure and legacy of Haile Selassie I, the last emperor of Ethiopia, the leader of a country that managed to resist European colonization; an iconic fighter of pan-Africanism that unified a large part of the African nations with the purpose of integrating and promoting essential aspects for the development of an African continent whose population exceeds one billion inhabitants today.

The ascension to the Ethiopian throne was in the eye of the whole world, and it is a date especially celebrated by Rastafari throughout the world because, further, consider an element that is seen as an example of life in the relationship between woman and man (or alpha and omega): the Coronation of the Negus (Rey) Tafari Makonnen as Haile Selassie I and Queen Woizero Menen Asfaw broke with the Orthodox tradition that stipulated the coronation of the King, and three days later, the Queen's coronation ceremony.

A 90 years of this event Reggae Chalice share the vision, reflections and challenges facing the centenary of this anniversary in the pen of 3 members of the Rastafari movement in Chile, each part of different official organizations: Nyahbinghi House, 12 Tribes of Israel, and Empress Menen Asfaw Foundation respectively.
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