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International Reggae Day

Event  From 1/7/1991 

Categories: Music / songs, Race Issues

From Caribbean National Weekly: "Reggae fans across the globe celebrate the rich legacy of reggae music today, July 1, as International Reggae Day (IRD). Honoring the genre’s rich history while celebrating its current artistes, this commemorative day was launched on July 1, 1994. International Reggae Day was founded by Andrea Davis of Jamaica Arts Holdings, who was inspired by a speech made from famed South African leader Winnie Mandela, during her visit to Kingston in 1991."

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