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Marcus Garvey, WWI Black Soldiers, and J. Edgar Hoover
Dr. Julius Garvey, son of Marcus Garvey speaks on Martin Luther King, Jr., and how President Barak Obama Failed to Exonerate Marcus Garvey.
Performed by Jimmy Tucker. Words by Burrell and Ford, music by Arnold J. Ford. The National Anthem of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and the African Communities League.
A Membership Appeal to the Negro Citizens and African Citizens Communities League of the World.
"The Black Skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of National Greatness."
Marcus Garvey Speaks! "Explanation of the Objectives of the Universal Negro Improvement Association" 1921. "Explanation of the Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association" is a studio recording made by African-American leader Marcus Garvey in New York in July 1921, and adapted from his longer speech "A Membership Appeal from Marcus Garvey to the Negro Citizens of New York."
Audley (Queen Mother) Moore, an African American black nationalist, was born in New Iberia, Louisiana in 1898. In 1919 she joined Marcus Garvey's black nationalist movement, and in the 1920s, moved to New York City to work in Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association. In the 1950s she founded the Universal Association of Ethiopian Women, and tutored the young Malcolm X. In 1963 she established a Reparations Committee to advocate compensatory payment to descendants of slaves.
The Unmaking of a Negro! From a Garveyite to a Communist to a Reparationist
FBI Informant or Photographer?
The renown scholar Taj Tarik Bey breaks down the illustrious history and heritage of the Moors in America.
According to Thomas Sowell, the NAACP, Teachers' Unions and Joe Biden are NOT supportive of Charter Schools. Black children in Charter Schools achieve higher scores than Black children in public schools.
It starts at home!
RASHAD HASAN SPEAKS ON BLACK INVENTORS AND MORE
Pastor Michael T. Smith argues that the “normalcy” of black murder is engrained in American culture.
The Black Wall Street Massacre began on Memorial Day, May 31, 1921, when mobs of white mobsters attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It has been called "the single worst incident of racial violence in American history.” The attack, carried out on the ground and from private aircraft, destroyed more than 40 square blocks of the district at that time it was the wealthiest black community in the United States. John Bradshaw explains the event.