Since Embracing Rasta way of life afrikan is going to his own roots , his own history ,actually one is embracing his own self.As for a white man it's a bit the other way around , in order for a white man to embrace Rasta with all his heart one must disembrace his own culture and all that he had been thought even since grade school (history, religion) and his parental teaching. And one must dis embrace his/her white privilige, by firstly recognizing it.Boogieman: First of all I'd like to say In I have found this forum and this internet site particularly , recently. In I can say In I learned a lot on both history and racism ,witch In I think is the main things discussed on this form.Because present is a reflection of the past and history of the future...I can see that whites can't accept the facts because they are to hard to handle.I think (that is my opinion) it's easier for Afrikan to be Rasta at some point (I speak about the strugle of ones mind) and here's why.
I thought he did it abusively so I made for my way to the bar and lifted myself onto the stool, making every effort to ignore him.
Chez had a sense of self-confidence that most men I know of don’t have.
He was articulate like a Makerere graduate before the strikes began.
As for the whole white rasta thing I can see how white thinks, I read one of Rootsies articles how she broght her white privilege in to Rasta with her at first. And when on who is white and claiming to be Ras sobers up and sees the truth theirs 2 ways for em:1.
To be a more passionate about Rasta livity and taking down Babylon.