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Friday, 19 October 2012 00:00

The Legendary Peter Tosh Honored

Dr Michael Barnett, who lectures at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, got involved with the annual Peter Tosh Symposium in 2010. It is unlikely that anyone, even with the aid of Tosh's Crystal Ball, would have seen a posthumous Order of Merit (OM) for the late singer and musician in Jamaica's 50th year of Independence. So when the 2012 staging of the symposium takes place this evening at the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre on the Mona campus, the award, officially handed over on Monday, will loom large. "We are going to basically consider - because to some people it is controversial - the question is if Peter would accept the award or not. Herbie Miller will speak to that," Barnett said.

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