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- Marcus Garvey, “Declaration of the Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World,” 1920
- MARCUS M. GARVEY: Lessons For African People
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This play illustrates his cause, as well as the controversy it inspired. It's easy to find traces of Africa in American cities these days. As founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, Garvey urged blacks around the world to work together to set up their own businesses and free Africa from European rule. For several years, he inspired hundreds of thousands; this play shows how. Garvey to crowd : I stand before you this afternoon a proud black man, honored to be a black man, who would be nothing else but a black man. I want you to feel the same way.
Marcus Garvey, “Declaration of the Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World,” 1920
By Marcus Garvey. One must never stop reading. Read everything that you can read that is of standard knowledge. It is necessary to read it for the purpose of getting information on human nature. The idea is that personal experience is not enough for a human to get all the useful knowledge of life, because the individual life is too short, so we must feed on the experience of others. The literature we read should include the biography and autobiography of men and women who have accomplished greatness in their particular line. Whenever you can buy these books and own them and whilst you are reading them make pencil or pen notes of the striking sentences and paragraphs that you should like to remember, so that when you have to refer to the book for any thought that you would like to refresh your mind on, you will not have to read over the whole book.
MARCUS M. GARVEY: Lessons For African People
Marcus Garvey left his native Jamaica for the United States in He established branches of his Universal Negro Improvement Association throughout predominantly Black communities of the Northeast. He used his gospel of Black pride and hope for an independent Black African nation to gain a following that, he claimed, was about two million people in
Garvey advanced a Pan-African philosophy which inspired a global mass movement, known as Garveyism. Garveyism would eventually inspire others, from the Nation of Islam to the Rastafari movement. Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr. Ann's Bay, Jamaica.
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