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From its beginnings in 1930s Jamaica the Rastafarian movement has become a global presence While the existing studies of the Rastafarian movement have primarily focused on its cultural expression through reggae music art and iconography Monique A Bedasse argues that repatriation to Africa represents the most important vehicle of Rastafari's international growth Shifting the scholarship on repatriation from Ethiopia to Tanzania Bedasse foregrounds Rastafari's enduring connection to black radical politics and establishes Tanzania as a critical site to explore gender religion race citizenship socialism and nation Beyond her engagement with how the Rastafarian idea of Africa translated into a lived reality she demonstrates how Tanzanian state and nonstate actors not only validated the Rastafarian idea of diaspora but were also crucial to defining the parameters of Pan Africanism Based on previously undiscovered oral and written sources from Tanzania Jamaica England the United States and Trinidad Bedasse uncovers a vast and varied transnational network including Julius Nyerere Michael Manley and C L R James revealing Rastafari's entrenchment in the making of Pan Africanism in the postindependence periodFrom its beginnings in 1930s Jamaica the Rastafarian movement has become a global presence While the existing studies of the Rastafarian movement have primarily focused on its cultural expression through reggae music art and iconography Monique A Bedasse argues that repatriation to Africa represents the most important vehicle of Rastafari's international growth Shifting the scholarship on repatriation from Ethiopia to Tanzania Bedasse foregrounds Rastafari's enduring connection to black radical politics and establishes Tanzania as a critical site to explore gender religion race citizenship socialism and nation Beyond her engagement with how the Rastafarian idea of Africa translated into a lived reality she demonstrates how Tanzanian state and nonstate actors not only validated the Rastafarian idea of diaspora but were also crucial to defining the parameters of Pan Africanism Based on previously undiscovered oral and written sources from Tanzania Jamaica England the United States and Trinidad Bedasse uncovers a vast and varied transnational network including Julius Nyerere Michael Manley and C L R James revealing Rastafari's entrenchment in the making of Pan Africanism in the postindependence periodFrom its beginnings in 1930s Jamaica the Rastafarian movement has become a global presence While the existing studies of the Rastafarian movement have primarily focused on its cultural expression through reggae music art and iconography Monique A Bedasse argues that repatriation to Africa represents the most important vehicle of Rastafari's international growth Shifting the scholarship on repatriation from Ethiopia to Tanzania Bedasse foregrounds Rastafari's enduring connection to black radical politics and establishes Tanzania as a critical site to explore gender religion race citizenship socialism and nation Beyond her engagement with how the Rastafarian idea of Africa translated into a lived reality she demonstrates how Tanzanian state and nonstate actors not only validated the Rastafarian idea of diaspora but were also crucial to defining the parameters of Pan Africanism Based on previously undiscovered oral and written sources from Tanzania Jamaica England the United States and Trinidad Bedasse uncovers a vast and varied transnational network including Julius Nyerere Michael Manley and C L R James revealing Rastafari's entrenchment in the making of Pan Africanism in the postindependence period