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Rasta & Reggae: Bob Marley's Legacy

In Jamaica, the transition from British colonialism to independence spawned an interest in Pan Africanism that influenced one of the world's most popular musicians: Bob Marley. The icon's granddaughter joins Kojo and a documentary filmmaker to explore the evolution of Marley's devotion to the Rasta spiritual path and his mission to unite the world through music.

RasTa: A Soul's Journey

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