Peter Tosh exploded onto the world stage as an activist and solo artist with his 1976 release, Legalize It! Tosh worked to promote the legalization of herb, equal rights, and to expand Jamaica’s cultural and musical influence. Peter was no stranger to oppression in his homeland and knew the fight for legalization and equal rights well. His music served as a catalyst for a generation to fight for what they believed in.

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Happy birthday Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia. #EqualRights #BlackLivesMatter
#PeterTosh [says] that music should soothe the savage beast, be a painkiller, but still care.” – ZigZag #Prophet 5 12
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“A common criticism hurled at Tosh is that his music has softened into a sing-along reggae. He counters with a theory that music should soothe the savage beast, be a painkiller, but still care.” – ZigZag, July 1981
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Holness endorses Peter Tosh Museum
"The prime minister, who indicated his support, while recognizing the importance of the Tosh legacy, as well as the artist's contribution to global music and culture."
Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness has endorsed the Peter Tosh Museum, which he "believes ...
"#PeterTosh placed a spliff between his lips & lit up the stage. The audience stood mesmerized." - Howard Moo Young 14 23
#PeterTosh speaks with a fluidity, directness and certainty that is refreshing.” – @JahRaver #Prophet #Reggae 10 24

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