Young Souljahs stepped into the scene at the 20th Annual Bordeaux Farmers Rastafari Agricultural and Cultural Vegan Food Fair last Sunday night. Their parents and musical mentors are members of the band Jah Souljahs, who brought them onto the stage to perform with them. Between songs, Jah Kama took a moment to introduce the youths. The youngest of the three is Tafari, 7, who plays bass. “My name is Tafari, bassman!”, he said as the audience cheered. On the keyboard is Jafari, 9 and Si’jah, 11, plays drums.
Martin Luther King Jr. on Maladjustment
I never intend to adjust myself to religious bigotry. I never intend to adjust myself to economic conditions that will take necessities from the many to give luxuries to the few, and leave millions of God’s children smothering in an air-tight cage of poverty in the midst of an affluent society.
—Martin Luther King Jr.
Jah Souljahs/Young Souljahs
Love Livin 340.998.5732
-noa (artist from Oakland, CA)
We Grow Food, Inc.
MLK Day: King’s Call for Being ‘Maladjusted’ Rings True Today (St. Thomas Source)
MLK at WMU (pdf)
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