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Religion that developed in Jamaica during the 1930s. Wikipedia

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    • The Rastafari movement has 29,026 adherents, according to the 2011 census, with 25,325 Rastafarian males and 3,701 Rastafarian females.Jamaica-Wikipedia
    • For example, Rastafaris view the Bible as essential to their religion and Unitarian Universalists view it as "one of many important religious texts".Bible-Wikipedia
    • Many reggae songs promote the use of cannabis (also known as herb, ganja, or sinsemilla), considered a sacrament in the Rastafari movement.Reggae-Wikipedia
    • Reggae is deeply linked to Rastafari, an Afrocentric religion which developed in Jamaica in the 1930s, aiming at promoting Pan Africanism.Reggae-Wikipedia
    • Though raised as a Catholic, Marley became interested in Rastafari beliefs in the 1960s, when away from his mother's influence.Bob Marley-Wikipedia
    • Other religious groups in the region are Hinduism, Islam, Rastafari (in Jamaica), and Afro-American religions such as Santería and Vodou.North America-Wikipedia

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