Rasta International Marcus Garvey Cultural Center, Inc.
To promote love and goodwill among Rastari in the United States and abroad and thereby maintain integrity of Rastafari.
To correct abuses, relive oppression and crave for the Rastafari community, and our posterity, a destiny compatible with our ideas of perfect manhood of God purposes in creating us: that we may save ourselves from annihilation.
To seek peace and pursuit of happiness for all people.
To teach and bring forth the thorough understanding of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and its religious education and ideologies in the prison system, jail and training centers.
To promote and develop multi-cultural programs, services, and educational enhancement for the people of the Rastafari Religion.
Top develop and maintain a Rastafari National Museum and Archive in Los Angeles which will work in partnership with the community to promote Rastafari identity, enhance cultural awareness, strength a sense of community and enhance its physical, social and cultural environment.
To document the life and history of Rastafari people during the 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th centuries during the Spanish, Dutch, French and English era.
To provide national programs of research, collection, preservation, documentation, education, exhibition and publication, while maintaining the highest standards of scholarship and integrity.
To promote community education and public awareness of the experiences and contribution of Rastafarians.
To promote and support Rastafari activities in the arts, sciences, religion, humanities.
To promote a venue for organizations involved in the promotion of Rastafari religion and culture