Bob Marley’s Grandson, Skip Marley, Shares New Politically Charged Music Video [Watch]

first_imgSkip Marley, grandson to the late and great Bob Marley, just released a music video for his new single, “Lions.” With many of the lyrics taking on an explicitly political message, “If ya took all my rights away / If ya tellin’ me how to pray / If ya won’t let us demonstrate / You’re wrong,” the track is triumphant and clearly defiant. The video itself features Marley and other young people, all dressed in black, plotting and rising up against a tyrannical fascist dictator in a dystopian future. You can check out the video for yourself below.[H/T Billboard]last_img read more

Tax Schools.

first_imgThe University of Georgia, Internal Revenue Service and Georgia Department of Revenue will have four Farm and Small Business Income Tax Schools in November and December.The tax schools focus on helping the people who prepare tax returns for farms and small businesses keep up with tax changes each year.For the fourth year, UGA will also offer three Agricultural Tax Issues and Form Preparation Workshops. These are for tax preparers who have many farm clients and who attend one of the two-day tax schools.Four Georgia Sites, DatesThe tax schools are set for four Georgia sites and dates: Gainesville Nov. 16-17, Tifton Nov. 20-21, Macon Nov. 28-29 and Statesboro Dec. 12-13.Each day of classes will begin at 8:15 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. The sessions will focus on farm issues, electronic filing, new tax legislation, issues for older taxpayers, depreciation and many other farm and small business tax matters.The issues-and-forms workshops will be in Jefferson Nov. 15, Tifton Nov. 22, Macon Nov. 27 and Statesboro Dec. 12. Each begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m.To learn more about the tax schools or workshops, or to preregister, call the county Extension Service office. Or call Verna Kea at (912) 386-3416.last_img read more