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Marcus Garvey (Jamaica, Pan-Africanism)

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Syllabus of the Subject: The Jamaican Black Leader Marcus Garvey (Pan-Africanism, Doctorate).

  1. Marcus Garvey (Jamaican Black Leader, Catholic)
  2. The Pan-Africanist vision of Marcus Garvey

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The Subject “Marcus Garvey (Jamaica, Pan-Africanism)” belongs to the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorates: American Business, African Business
  2. Masters: Business in America, Africa

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Description of the Subject: Marcus Garvey (Jamaican Black Leader).

Marcus Garvey (Black Leader, musician, and pan-Africanist) was born in 1887 in Jamaica; he died in 1949 (England).

“People without comprehension of their history, origin, and culture are like a tree without roots.” Marcus Garvey

  1. Racial segregation in Jamaica.
  2. Colonisation in Africa
  3. Foundation of Liberia
  4. For Rastafarian people, Marcus Garvey is a prophet (The Black Moses)
  5. Editor of the newspaper “The Negro world” (Black World)
  6. 1914: Travel to Europe and Latin America to meet “my black friends.”
  7. 1916: Marcus Garvey travels to the United States; contacts with the movements of emancipation of the Afro-Americans
  8. 1917: Marcus Garvey founded the “Partnership for Enhancing Universal Negro Condition.”
  9. Marcus Garvey is the author of the concept “Back to Africa”: the Afro-American sons of slaves will return to Africa

Religion: Marcus Garvey was Catholic (Christian)/African Orthodox Church

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