It's 5 o'clock in Little Rock on a Thursday afternoon, the start of preaching for North Little Rock native Ras Levi.
His two-hour message is one of hope and love and unity, channeled through a single source of power and light in the universe. But it's not the gospel of Matthew, Mark, Luke or John that he sends out.
Instead, Levi taps the Book of Reggae — its prophets and its greater and lesser saints — for his long-running weekly KABF-FM, 88.3 broadcast "One Love Reggae Party."Listening to Levi and the sounds he purveys during his show is a most apropos way to celebrate African American Music Appreciation Month, which falls in June each year.Read the Full Story