The Contract With Black America (CWBA): Too Much Too Little Too Late

August 2020 was 100 years since Marcus Garvey and the U.N.I.A. held a plebiscite in New York City. 20,000 people attended the signing of the Declaration of Rights of the Negro People of the world on August 13, 1920. Ice Cube got a lot of attention…a lot of publicity…but also a lot of opposition becasuse … More The Contract With Black America (CWBA): Too Much Too Little Too Late

The Red, Black and Green Flag Story

This post originally appeared on the UNIA website in December of 1998. The RED, BLACK and GREEN Flag was unveiled to the world by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, of the World at it’s first international convention on August 13, 1920. The … More The Red, Black and Green Flag Story

EX-CAPTAIN JONES, U.S.A., SPEAKS

The following is an excerpt from the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Papers Volume 2 pages 245 & 246. It presents a speech given by James Wormley Jones. Jones addressed his audience on his having the appearance of a “white” man. He denied being who he appears to be to calm the audience. As the … More EX-CAPTAIN JONES, U.S.A., SPEAKS

Declaration of Rights of Negro Peoples of the World

In the Dred Scott case, Chief Justice Roger B. Taney declared the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sanford. Taney in regard to the ENTIRE AFRICAN RACE as relates to the United States Constitution states: They had for more than a century before … More Declaration of Rights of Negro Peoples of the World