Bob Marley was never able to forge true brotherhood with Black Americans. Decades later, his granddaughter’s generation is fighting to change that.

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Bob Marley at the offices of Island Records, London, July 24, 1975. Photo: Michael Putland/Getty Images


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This election, an increasing number of millennials and Gen Zers are tired of the political rat race and want more


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‘Revolutionary Suicide,’ the title of Huey Newton’s memoir, speaks to what can happen when activists lose themselves in the struggle

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Huey Newton (center) gives the Black Power salute as he leaves Alameda County Courthouse on August 5, 1970. Photo: Bettmann/Getty Images

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Prince Shakur

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