Marcus Garvey 130 Years Later

Marcus Garvey 130 Years Later

Marcus Garvey founded the Negro Improve Movement (U.N.I.A.) with the goal of uniting all of the African diasporas to “establish a country and absolute government of their own.” August 1920, at the first international convention the U.N.I.A. meeting at Madison Square Garden in New York, Marcus Garvey, before a crowd of 25,000 people from all over the world, spoke of having pride in African history and culture. Many found his words inspiring, but not all.

Today, 130 years later, Marcus Garvey words live on. We salute the Great on his born day.  
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