Marcus Garvey: Black Nationalist
Born in Jamacia, Marcus Garvey was quite young when he realized the need for African descendents around the globe to unite in order to strengthen their economic and political power. He would work toward this goal throughout his life and work, meeting with both failure and success along the way. Today Garvey is considered to be a an early pioneer of the Black Nationalist Movement.
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