1. There are multiple authors to this source. Among them are Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. The authors are from Trench Town, which is an infamous slum in Kingston, Jamaica. The authors are passionate practices of modern offshoot of Christianity known as Rastafari. The faith has a focus on the African diaspora which is shown throughout this song.
2. Fact 1 - Bob Marley views the social position of blacks in society as being mistreated. Fact 2 - The authors dislike the common religious beliefs of Christianity. Fact 3 - The authors wrote this song after flying over Haiti and viewing their economic hardship. Fact 4 - Peter Tosh viewed the forced conversion to Christianity in Jamaica negatively. Fact 5 - The song protests the popular views of the Church.
3. This document is a song recorded in 1973 by Bob Marley and the Wailers. The song was sold as a vinyl record.
4. This document is a song by a popular musical group in Jamaica. It illustrates many struggles facing a social class, and encourages protest for the people to improve their condition.
5. These facts are connected because they are reactions to social problems and inequalities. The poverty found in these areas causes the people to seek someone to blame, and they find that the establishment and its religion are to blame.
6. Some conclusions I can make in the main topic of the document is that Mr. Bob Marley found a way, where everyone could relate to, to speak up in the problems that were going on during his time. Since no one wanted to speak up on the issues that were going on, Brother Bob took an initiative and spoke up, not only by speech, but a way everyone could understand and relate to what he was referring to. And that was through his Music.
7. In evaluating this document it will help you understand what "Jamaicans" went through in that time period. It'll help you understand...