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  »  Issues Contents  2016-06-22 On the edge of Bandung
On the edge of Bandung: folk fellowship and repair
Jahlani A. H. NIAAH
ABSTRACT This article explores the strategies employed towards achieving post-colonial repair and transformation by a small village in Indonesia though the case of the Peasant Union’s activism, interpreted by a Jamaican Rastafari on a Bandung after sixty years solidarity pilgrimage.
Keywords: Reparation, cultural action, Peasant Union, Bandung, Islam
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Jahlani A.H. Niaah holds a PhD in Cultural Studies and is the Coordinator of the Rastafari Studies Unit, at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.

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