August 17, 1987 was the centenary of Marcus Mosiah Garvey. To honor the milestone, the Jamaica Journal devoted their entire August issue to articles on Garvey. The thirteen articles included:
I saw before me then, even as I do now, a new world of black men, not peons, serfs, dogs and slaves, but a nation of sturdy men making their impress upon civilization and causing a new light to dawn upon the human race.
Several years ago I found myself perplexed by a quandary. On numerous occasions I experienced a feeling that I couldn’t name. The feeling was good. Whenever it came upon me I felt as though life was something special; more special than before. When the feeling first came I do not recall the day or time.…… Continue reading On Feeling Human
Malcolm, Marcus, Marley and Martin Malcolm X…Marcus Garvey…Bob Marley…Martin Luther King, Jr. Those four names are synonymous with Keyamsha, the Awakening. Interestingly, their names all start with an “M,” the 13th letter of the Roman alphabet. In this post we look at several other facts that connecting Malcolm, Marcus, Marley and Martin. What led to…… Continue reading Malcolm, Marcus, Marley and Martin: four icons
We saw on Twitter where someone said: “Ida B Wells may have coined the phrase “wh**e supremacy…” Real simple…real quick Ida B. Wells DID NOT coin the phrase “wh**e supremacy.” The need to legitimize Black people using a phrase that was not invented by us or for us shows the people pushing that agenda are fresh out…… Continue reading A History of Wh**e Supremacy: Ida B. Wells Did NOT Coin The Phrase “Wh**e Supremacy”
Transcribed from The daily crescent. ([New Orleans, La.]), 20 Aug. 1850. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. This letter seems to be the first use in print of the phrase “white supremacy” in the Western Hemisphere. Cora Montgomery is the pseudonym of a woman named Jane McManus Storm Cazneau. Cazneau is credited with being the originator…… Continue reading On Negro Ascendancy in the West Indies by Cora Montgomery
HON. CHARLES B. RANGEL OF NEW YORK IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Wednesday, July 21, 2004 •Mr. RANGEL. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to ask again for the exoneration of one of our greatest civil rights leaders, Marcus Garvey. I have felt inspired by Marcus Garvey since I was a young boy. I grew up…… Continue reading MAKING THE CASE FOR THE EXONERATION OF MARCUS GARVEY — HON. CHARLES B. RANGEL (Extensions of Remarks – July 21, 2004)