We love humanity; we desire peace, and anything the Universal Negro Improvement Association and I can do for the advancement of the cause of humanity and for the permanent establishment of peace, we shall be glad to do.
President of the Black Star Line, president of the Negro Factories Corporation, president-general of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and Provisional President of Africa, Garvey tells his followers I am the equal of any white man I want you to feel the same way.
Luiz Henrique Evaristo, é um estudante de arte de 22 anos, formado em Desenho Artístico na Casa de Quadrinhos. Ele trabalha no campo da ilustração e caricatura de maneira profissional e recreativa. Ele começou a colorir fotos antigas de família e, em seguida, iniciou o projeto de coloração para fotos da UNIA / Marcus Garvey.…… Continue reading Entrevista com o artista Luiz Henrique Evaristo, do Brasil
Colorized image of Universal Motor Corps Luiz Henrique Evaristo, is a 22 years old student of art, with a degree in Artistic Drawing at the House of Comics. He works in the field of illustration and caricature in a professional and recreational way. He started coloring old family photos, then started the coloring project for…… Continue reading Colorized photos of Marcus Garvey by Luiz Enrique Evaristo
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At Liberty Hall, New York, 1 August, 1920 The Honorable Marcus Garvey delivered the opening address as follows: Fellow Members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, Delegates to the Convention, Friends and Fellow Negroes: At this hour it is my honor to inform you that the Universal Negro Improvement Association of the World declares its…… Continue reading Opening of UNIA Convention: PRESIDENT-GENERAL WELCOMES DELEGATES
It seems WEB Dubois was maligned by the New York Times in 1921. The paper claimed he believed Africans abroad could not live in the climate of Africa. He refuted that claim in an article in the Crisis Magazine. The odd thing about it? Dubois uses it as an excuse to attack Marcus Garvey. He…… Continue reading AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS (By W.E.B. Dubois in the Crisis Magazine)
The forces of their deliverance are working with subtlety that press into service the very emotions of prejudice, hate and selfishness; and in a wonderful way are harnessing them to the worthy motives of sympathy and justice. Thus the Negro of his own vastly improved resources yoked to the unwonted aid of his foes, sees before his eyes the world awakened, to the fact of his approaching deliverance from bondage.
An essay by Marcus Garvey from the January 30, 1926 Negro World Weekly Newspaper. Having traveled for hundreds of years across the deserts and prairies of human prejudice, we have now arrived at the crossroads of racial destiny. Each and every race today seems to be traveling in its own direction. The great human family…… Continue reading What ‘Back to Africa’ Means
by S.G. The identification of Marcus Garvey with the “Back to Africa” slogan is familiar to all who have heard of Mr. Garvey, irrespective of allegiance. Let me say at the outset that not all of those who have perpetuated this fallacy have done so with malice in their hearts, but of those of…… Continue reading The “Back to Africa” Myth