Below is an email written to the team at Google responsible for choosing the Google doodles. It is a proposal to create a Google Doodle for the Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2020 to acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the RBG aka #RBG100. Hello,My name is Nnamdi Azikiwe. I am the President and … More Proposed Google Doodle For The Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2020
A customer who bought the Kindle edition of “Emancipated From Mental Slavery: Selected Sayings of Marcus Garvey” left the 5 star review below. Many Great points and ideals for our people to really understand and consider. Self reliance, self edification, and self serving. We are a people who above all need to begin to build … More “We need to stop asking others if we can be great.”
Marcus Garvey made a powerful choice when he prophesied “We are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery, for though others may free the body, none but ourselves can free the mind. Mind is our only ruler; sovereign,” during his speech “The Work That Has Been Done” in October 1937. Bob Marley chose to bring … More Choose to Wear Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2018
Malcolm X…Marcus Garvey…Bob Marley…Martin Luther King, Jr. Those four names are synonymous with Keyamsha, the Awakening. Interestingly, their names all have the letter “M.” In this post we look at several facts that connect these men. What led to such connections? Coincidence? Synchronicity? Fate? Destiny? Something we can not begin to comprehend? All of the … More Malcolm, Marcus, Marley and Martin: A look at connections between four icons of Keyamsha, the Awakening
Marcus Garvey declared, “we are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery, because whilst others might free the body, none but ourselves can free the mind. Mind is our only ruler; soverign.” in November 1937 during his speech “The Work That Has Been Done” given at Menelik Hall in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Bob Marley immortalized … More Emancipate yourself from mental slavery
Marcus Garvey declared we are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery in November 1937. Bob Marley immortalized the phrase in song. We put it on a poster for all the world to see.
Though widely associated with Bob Marley and his incredibly popular “Redemption Song” lyric, the phrase “emancipate yourselves from mental slavery” is a paraphrase from a speech by Marcus Garvey. In his comments during a speech entitled “The Work That Has Been Done” in November 1937 he said: (Paid link below) “We are going to emancipate ourselves … More Emancipate Yourselves From Mental Slavery