The lovers of reggae music gather tonight at ” Easy Skanking, Jah No Dead” in the “Red Light” to celebrate the life and music of Robert Nesta Marley (Bob Marley).
The Red Light is held on the third Saturday of every month. It is a house party/lime which focuses on authentic reggae music. When I say authentic, I speak of reggae music that carries the original messages of love, repatriation, social justice, equality and the recognition of His Imperial Majesty, Haile Selassie I as God, King, Christ and the inspiration of the Rastafari movement. .
This activity is hosted by the African Heritage Foundation (AHF).It is intended to give the lovers of this type of music, an enjoyable evening out with like minded people.
It is a fundraising activity that assists with the development of the AHF’s homeschool service and other initiatives our organization undertakes. At present the hosting of this activity is shared with the Order of the Nyabinghi. Revenue made from these fundraisers also are allocated to the repairs of one of the Nyabinghi tabernacles here in Barbados.
Doors open at 8pm and a $10 contribution is all that is asked of you at the door. Should you wish to contribute to this fundraising venture but are not necessarily a lover of the music or cannot make it out tonight, arrangements can be make so you can do so.
The AHF secretary is on call to answer and advise on how contributions can be made by people at home and abroad. He can be reached at 246-260-4795 or email at email@example.com
The Red Light is held at the AHF’s headquarters located on Upper Two Mile Hill, St. Michael, just opposite the Barbados Community College.
Music is played by AHF house selectors.
I will be seeing you soon.
Simba for the AHF