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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).

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

Sample: Marcus Garvey - Pan-Africanism (slave trade)
Marcus Garvey, Jamaican Black Leader, Pan-Africanist vision

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

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business and Foreign Trade in English or Study, Course Master Doctorate in International Business in French Marcus Garvey Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Marcus Garvey Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Marcus Garvey

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

Description: Marcus Garvey (Jamaican Black Leader).

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

  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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