“Not I, but the Most High in I”

READ JOE’S RECENT INTERVIEW WITH BARBARA MAKEDA BLAKE HANNAH, AUTHOR OF ‘JOSEPH A RASTA REGGAE FABLE.’

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One of my favorite books is ‘Joseph A Rasta Reggae Fable’ by Barbara Makeda Blake Hannah. The third edition of the book has just been published and Barbara was kind enough to take some time and discuss it with the Midnight Raver Blog. Barbara is a Jamaican author, journalist and filmmaker.  She has written several books on topics that include  Rastafari, reggae and home schooling.  Barbara was an instrumental leader in Jamaican home schooling making history with her own son who was appointed Youth Technology Consultant to the Jamaican Government at age 13.  Following the interview is a profile of the book.
First off Barbara, thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us here at the Midnight Raver Blog and to share your story with our reggae loving readers.
It’s both a pleasure and an HONOUR to be in touch with Midnight Raver. I don’t know how come we are just meeting, given the mutual interest we share in our beloved brother, Bob Marley, but everything in its own time, so JAH say.
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One thought on ““Not I, but the Most High in I”

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