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Ziggy Marley
Riz speaks with Ziggy Marley, son of legendary Reggae musician Bob Marley.
Last Modified: 05 Mar 2008 08:18 GMT

Danny Glover speaks with Riz about his documnetary
"Africa Unite"[EPA]
On Tuesday, Riz Khan speaks with Ziggy Marley, son of legendary Reggae musician Bob Marley, as well as American actor Danny Glover about the DVD release of their documentary "Africa Unite."

Marley and Glover teamed up with Rita Marley, the late wife of Bob Marley, and three generations of Marleys to spread the message of a unified Africa through a concert held in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa back in February 2005.

Nearly 350,000 people attended the event that coincided with what would have been Bob Marley's 60th birthday.

The film captures concert events, and follows the Marley family as well as students who were brought from all parts of Africa to discuss ways to stimulate economic and educational development across the continent.

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