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Black Musicians and Liberation: Bob Marley’s Songs of Freedom

Date: Time: 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
Online Room: Zoom
Contact: Lory Dance,

This virtual event, featuring Kwame Dawes and moderated by Lory Dance, is co-sponsored by The Black Cat House (a Lincoln social justice organization), UNL’s Institute for Ethnic Studies, and UNL’s African and African American Studies Program.

With an intimate and informed examination of some of Bob Marley’s most iconic songs, Kwame Dawes will explore the ways in which Marley’s art and reggae music shaped his understanding of self and gave him a language and ethos for his own work that seeks to make sense of the African diaspora.

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