We’d like to show the side of the world you don’t normally see on television.
Reggae Artist Pato Banton visits Homer's Record Store in downtown Omaha and talks with Tonya Ward. Tonya is the founder of "Energy Rescue," an organization dedicated to helping prevent "shut-offs" of utilities for some of Omaha's economically-challenged. Pato and Tonya talk about concepts of universal compassion for one another, helping those who are in need, as well as defining the term "One Love." Part II.
Filmed & Edited by dynamic duo Marghee and Andre' of QueenMab and Blackout Omaha Productions.
Film Date: April 19, 2009