TJF

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TJFThe Japan Forum (est. 1987)
TJFThe Jitsu Foundation
TJFTom Joyner Foundation (est. 1998; scholarship foundation)
TJFTiken Jah Fakoly (musician)
TJFThomas Jefferson Foundation (formerly Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation)
TJFTorcida Jovem do Flamengo (Portuguese; Brazilian football fan group)
TJFThomas Jefferson Football (high school)
TJFTriple J. Firearms (Magnolia, TX)
TJFTrends Jewellery Forecasting (Italy)
TJFTax Justice Focus (publication)
TJFTidewater Jewish Foundation (Virginia Beach, VA)
TJFThe Justice Friends (TV show)
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Past festivals featured the likes of: Stephen and Damian Marley, Bunny Wailer, Steel Pulse, Toots & The Maytals, Cultura Profetica, Morgan Heritage, Midnite, Gondwana, Natiruts, Tiken Jah Fakoly and Luciano to name a few.
D'autres artistes et groupes nationaux et internationaux prendront part a cet evenement tels que Aziz sahmaoui, HobaHoba Spirit, Mister You, Kids united, Jil jilala, Nass el ghiwane, Dj Van, Hatimidar, abdelaziz Stati, Betweenatna, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Wachm'n hit, Acid Arab, Daox, Polyswitch et Don Bigg.
Les celebrations se poursuivront dans l'apres-midi avec un concert memorial [beaucoup moins que] Bye bye, au revoir Ebola [beaucoup plus grand que], rassemblant des artistes africains de renommee internationale, a l'instar de Youssou Ndour, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Mory Kante, Aicha Kone, pour saluer les efforts du peuple de Guinee.
Mahmoud Ahmed and Badume's Band, Tiken Jah Fakoly, De La Soul, Tinariwen and Bellowhead.
Bamako: The neon-lit dance floor at Tiken Jah Fakoly's club is empty for a Friday night, but a few determined dozens have braved a state of emergency, security checkpoints and the fear of an ongoing war to come sway to Mali's legendary music.
7 August: One Fundation crew on a tribute to Bob Marley (Jamaiqua) Tiken Jah Fakoly (Ivory Coast)
Another guest artist contributing to the album is the Ivorian reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly, whose work he says is "to wake the people's conscience".
French opera singers and German countertenors shared HIFA stages with Indian odissi dancers, the Ivoirian reggae rebel Tiken Jah Fakoly, and the Celebration Choir, a full-throated gospel outfit based at an evangelical megachurch in the affluent Harare suburb of Borrowdale.
Closing the festival will be Tiken Jah Fakoly from Ivory Coast who sings songs he says "to wake up people's consciousness".
Among those appearing this year are the critically acclaimed Nuru Kane, Bonga, Eyuphuru and Tiken Jah Fakoly.