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NEW YORK — Today marks the 30th year since we lost reggae legend and activist Bob Marley.  People across the world today are remembering the legacy the 36 year-old artist through celebration of his life and craft.

Jamaican-born novelist Colin Channer shares his memories of Marley with the Wall Street Journal:

The first time I saw Bob Marley perform I was eight years old. But the last time I see him will always be tomorrow.

What were your first or best memories of Bob Marley?


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