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‘If [My Dad] Was Still Here, He’d Be on the Forefronts Protesting’

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It’s been almost 40 years since Bob Marley died, but as his daughter tells it, his music and fight has never been more relevant.

“My father was the voice for the voiceless,” says Cedella Marley. “If he were still here, he would be on the forefronts protesting; he would still be speaking up for those who aren’t being heard.”

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