#RightsMedia doc: Warriors from the East. #afrofusion #music #Arusha #Tanzania

Warriors from the EastPart one of a documentary series on the Arusha-based afro-fusion, reggae band, Warriors from the East. Warriors were nominated for best reggae song at the 2013 Kilimanjaro Music Awards in Tanzania. In this part, I interview Ras Magere; a musician, activist and founder of Warriors from the East at their studio and community outreach centre in Kimandolu (Arusha).

Warriors from the East aren’t just a band. They’re also a group of community activists, working with at-risk youth.


Adam Bemma is a journalist and media development advisor working in East Africa and Southeast Asia.

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2 comments on “#RightsMedia doc: Warriors from the East. #afrofusion #music #Arusha #Tanzania
  1. Innocent says:

    Worrious n wakal coz wanafksha ujumbe kwa jamii saluti kwa Ras Magere.

  2. Innocent says:

    kla m2 lazma ajue reggae inaleta mapinduz kote duniani lazma wa2 wote wajue so worrious n mojawapo wa wanamapinduzi Africa na Duniani kote Jah rastafaray selasie I.

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