A man emerges from the slums of Rio to lead the nonviolent cultural movement known as Afro-reggae.
Their music fueled a movement. His message fought a war.
Did You Know?
A significant part of the archive footage showing police violence was not made at Vigário Geral, but in other areas of Rio de Janeiro, and widely shown on Brazilian TV news programs. See more
Referenced in 30 for 30: The Two Escobars
Performed by Afroreggae
(as AfroReggae) See more