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PBS NewsHour | Reggae Artists Team Up to Raise Famine Awareness | PBS

Duration: 02:02
Program: PBS NewsHour #10118
Broadcast Date: Jul. 26, 2011

In 2010, the World Food Program recruited legendary reggae band The Wailers and Jamaican singer Duane Stephenson to write a song that would raise awareness for global hunger. Since the escalation of the famine in the Horn of Africa, that song, "A Step for Mankind" has become an anthem of the crisis.

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Post Date: July 26, 2011