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Remembering Peter Tosh

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"Remembering Peter Tosh" delves deep into the life and legacy of Winston Hubert McIntosh, known to the world as Peter Tosh, a towering figure in reggae music and a fervent advocate for racial, economic, and indigenous justice. Published on November 1, 2013, this compelling book offers an intimate look at Tosh, not just as a member of the legendary Wailers but as a solo artist who used his platform to fight for the oppressed. Through vivid anecdotes and personal recollections from those who knew him best, readers are introduced to a man of complexity—humorous, compassionate, and fiercely principled. This collection of narratives, complemented by rare photographs, explores Tosh’s lesser-known passions and provides a fuller picture of his life offstage. Ideal for high-school students, this book not only enriches their understanding of a pivotal music icon but also connects them to broader social justice themes that Tosh championed throughout his life. "Remembering Peter Tosh" invites readers to explore the profound impact of a man who dared to voice the struggles of the marginalized, making it a crucial read for anyone interested in the intersections of music and justice.
Published by Ian Randle Publishers on November 1, 2013
160 pages
ISBN: 9789766376512
Best for readers in High School
This book provides valuable insights into Economic JusticeIndigenous Rights, and Racial Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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