Donisha Prendergast, Grand Daughter of the legendary Bob and Rita Marley is on a quest. As we have mentioned before, her documentary Rasta – A Soul’s Journey is currently in international production.
Sway Magazine had a chance to site down with Donisha to discuss the project and the impact that it has already had on her and others. Read more here.
“Her cinematic journey encounters Rastafari communities in the U.S., Israel, India, Jamaica, South Africa, Ethiopia, Canada and the United Kingdom. In these countries, she meets with men and women who have chosen a Rastafari lifestyle, explore how the movement evolved in that particular place and ultimately hopes to find her purpose as a young Rasta woman.”
Donisha Prendergast, Grand Daughter of Bob Marley.
The Rasta logo was a collaboration between myself (Adam Jarvis), Len Henry and Corwin Hall of Yaudie. It’s a real thrill to see “Rastafari Royalty” wearing this.
“”Its the in thing to be green. In terms of nature and connecting with nature, I mean, thats what everybody is doing right now. Right? Its the in thing to eat healthy and its the in thing to love your brother and love your sister. I smile at these things, you know. I dont smile in a ridiculing way. I smile for peace. Because, this is what my grandfather was preaching about. This is what Rastafari has been talking about, you know. Eating good, living green, giving back to nature and living in love with your brother and your sister. You know. So. Rasta is all over this world whether we want to admit it or not.”