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date: 29 November 2022

Chevannes, Alston Barringtonlocked

Chevannes, Alston Barringtonlocked

  • Gwendolyn D. Perry-BurneyGwendolyn D. Perry-BurneyDepartment of Social Work, California University of Pennsylvania

Summary

Alston Barrington “Barry” Chevannes (1940–2010) was known for his in-depth interviews and group discussions leading to the Jamaican and Caribbean Rastafari movement, justice reform, youth development, and Ganja Law Reform. He was a writer and composer of Jamaican folk and religious songs.

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