✡ ☩ The Angel That Was Sent ☩ ✡

Greetings in the name of His & Her Imperial Majesties Qedamawi Haile Sellasie I & Itege Menen Asfaw,

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In a memorial attitude Ras Tafari Renaissance recognizes the Special emissary sent to Black America, by the King of Kings of Ethiopia.  Dr. Melaku Emmanuel Bayen, a physician, and member of the Imperial Ethiopian royal family attended Muskingum University(Muskingum College), Columbus State University, & finally Howard University for his graduate studies; during that time becoming the first native Ethiopian to receive a college degree from an American university.  Bayen also started the Ethiopian World Federation in NYC (1937), and had an emphatic influence on the African diaspora globally.

http://www.tadias.com/08/10/2008/african-american-ethiopian-relations/

HAILE SELASSIE’S Special Black Emissary: Dr. Melaku E. Bayen

 

http://rastaites.com/news/hearticals/ethiopianworldfederation/voe/4MarApr2009.pdf

http://ethiopiandoctors.org/Newsletter.pdf

#1 DR. MELAKU E. BAYEN & ETHIOPIAN WORLD FEDERATION History (EWF1937)

 

https://rastafarimidrashim.wordpress.com/melaku-emmanuel-bayen/

#2 DR. MELAKU E. BAYEN & ETHIOPIAN WORLD FEDERATION History (EWF1937)

 

http://wemezekir.blogspot.de/2012/04/born-on-this-day-dr-melaku-beyan-sebhat.html

#3 DR. MELAKU E. BAYEN & ETHIOPIAN WORLD FEDERATION History (EWF1937)

http://panafricannews.blogspot.com/2007/02/ethiopian-african-american-relations.html

http://www.academia.edu/4882204/The_Ethiopian_World_Federation._A_Pan-African_Organisation_among_the_Rastafari_in_Jamaica

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