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Marcus Garvey Archives - Institute of the Black World 21st Century

Marcus Mosiah Garvey, was a Jamaican-born Black nationalist and leader of the Pan-Africanism movement, which sought to unify and connect people of African descent worldwide. Here is an archives of article that are about or mention Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

John Henrik Clarke

The Impact of Marcus Garvey by Dr. John Henrik Clarke

By Commentaries/Opinions

When Marcus Garvey died in 1940 the role of the British Empire was already being challenged by India and the rising expectations of her African colonies. Marcus Garvey’s avocation of African redemption and the restoration of the African state’s sovereign political entity in world affairs was still a dream without fulfillment. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, the United States would enter, in a formal way, what…

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The cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon Julius Garvey, BSc’57, MDCM’61, has lived a storied life—and a new fund for medical students at McGill will celebrate those contributions.

An agent of change

By News & Current Affairs

The cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon Julius Garvey, BSc’57, MDCM’61, has lived a storied life—and a new fund for medical students at McGill will celebrate those contributions. By Diana Kwon, McGill University — Julius Garvey, BSc’57, MDCM’61, was one of the first physicians to land in Haiti after the catastrophic earthquake of 2010. The violent tremors that shook the Caribbean nation had demolished homes, crippled infrastructure, and left behind a horrific…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

August Insights: Everywhere a battleline; Every day a call to struggle”

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — It is from the immeasurable depth, breadth and length of the sacred library of our history that Haji Malcolm X teaches and reminds us we are richly rewarded for all our research. And it is in this, the most ancient of human histories, Nana Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune teaches and advises us that we must “discover the dawn,” this awesome legacy left by our ancestors,…

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Marcus Garvey

50 Marcus Garvey Quotes

By Black World History

Editor’s Note: Historically, the Institute of the Black World 21st Century has celebrated August as “Marcus Garvey Month” and also as “Universal African Flag Day”, a time to honor the life and legacy of the great Pan-African leader. Over the years, Garvey’s Red/Black/Green flag has become the standard bearer for the global black liberation movement. IBW is honored to share with our readers 50 quotes from the speeches and writings…

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Sheila Jackson Lee

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Leads U.S. Reparations Bill H.R. 40

By Editors' Choice

By Stacy M. Brown — “I think if people begin to associate this legislation with what happened to the descendants of enslaved Africans as a human rights violation, the sordid past that violated the human rights of all of us who are descendants of enslaved Africans, I think that we can find common ground to pass this legislation,” said Congresswoman Jackson Lee in reference to H.R. 40, the reparations legislation…

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Nkechi Taifa

Of Terror and Promise: On This MLK Day, There’s No Better Time to Call for Reparatory Justice!

By Editors' Choice

By Nkechi Taifa— The terror Blacks feel is in our bones. For me, it began when white storm clouds of terror hung over the home of Mose Wright late one August night in 1955, when white, armed terrorists demanded his great-nephew, 14-year-old Emmett Till, be handed over to them. I was scarcely eight months old. Young Emmett had made the mistake of being from Chicago and, not heeding “The Talk” his…

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PAUD/IBW Statement on The Passing of Marcus Garvey Jr.

By News & Current Affairs, PAUD Posts, Press Releases / Statements

The Pan-African Unity Dialogue and its convener, The Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW), mourns the recent death of Marcus Garvey Jr. in West Palm Beach, Florida, and extends their sincere condolences to his wife Jean and the rest of his family and, in particular, to his younger brother Dr. Julius Garvey, an active participant in the Pan-African Unity Dialogue. He was 90 years old, and had been…

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Marcus Garvey

Garvey’s Whirlwind; Watts’ and Ferguson’s Fire: Signs and Obligations of Our Times

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — Part 1: In our awesome and exacting history in this country, the month of August is a time of remembering and recommitment to prophesies, promises and practices of whirlwind and fire. Indeed, it is good to remember and reflect deeply on the fact that, as a people, we were born, baptized and built up in the transformative waters, whirlwinds and fires of righteous and relentless…

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Vantage Point: Will Kamala Harris Help or Hurt the Biden Ticket?

By News & Current Affairs, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point Radio August 17, 2020 — On this Marcus Garvey Universal African Flag Day edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with guests Rev. Mark Thompson and Earl Ofari Hutchinson. Topics Will Kamala Harris Help or Hurt the Biden Ticket? Fly the Red, Black and Green Flag August 17th, Marcus Garvey’s Birthday The Professor on the Soap Box Guests Rev. Mark Thompson Host, Make…

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The Red, Black and Green Universal African Flag

The Red, Black & Green: Fly the Flag and Fight for the Exoneration of Marcus Garvey

By Vantage Point Articles

Vantage Point Articles & Essays By Dr. Ron Daniels (Originally Published July 2015) — August 17 will mark the 128th birthday of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey, the visionary Jamaican-born leader who built the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL) into the largest mass movement for liberation in the history of Africans in America and perhaps the world!…

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Summation of February 22, 2020 IBW21 Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) Meeting

Summation of February 22, 2020 IBW21 Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) Meeting

By News & Current Affairs, PAUD Posts

There is no way to describe the February 22nd Malcolm X Commemorative Session of the Pan African Unity Dialogue but AWESOME! We had a full house with more than 75 PAUD Participants and Special Guests in attendance. Given the current state of affairs with IBW, including intensive plans for the March 7th Rally, the Summation will synopsize some of the major highlights of this extraordinary Session: After Invocation by Mary France Daniels and Welcome by Estela Vazquez…

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