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Ep 75: Marcus Garvey - "A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."
Hard Fried History
What do you know about post-WW1 America? Today, we examine that period through the eyes of Marcus Mosiah Garvey Sr, founder of the first black-owned commercial shipping companies, the rival of WEB Dubois, central figure in the Harlem Renaissance and founder of UNIA, an organization focused on the improvement of the conditions of black people across the globe.
This week DJ honors Marcus Garvey, informing us on the many ways he made waves back in the days. JJJ touches a little on Chinese Lunar New Year and the crew shares their signs. Also, Surprise guest MC talks a little about the incredibly inspiring Colin Kaepernick.
Decades before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey attracted millions with a simple, uncompromising message: Black people deserved nothing less than everything, and if that couldn't happen in the United States, they should return to Africa. This week, the seismic influence and complicated legacy of Marcus Garvey.
Black History Month Special - The History of Marcus Garvey
Reggae Uprising Podcast
The final episode in Black History Month Special series of Reggae Uprising Podcast is focused on The History of Marcus Garvey. This weeks guest is new to Reggae Uprising Podcast but I am so thankful to have him on the show as he has so much knowledge to share. Graduate of African History & Politics and retired lecturer, Maxim Anderson shares some of the history that seems to missed in most documentaries of Marcus Garvey...life after the USA.So if your looking for the full story across his lifetime (well as much as we can fit in to this show) this episode is full of enlightenment. Please note that even though this episode is far longer than the usual 1 hour show, Maxim wanted me to let you know that he has so much more to share on Marcus Garvey. So much so that I am already making plans to produce future shows showcasing his wealth of knowledge.I hope you've enjoyed this series of Black History Month Special episodes. These podcasts are new to YouTube but you are also available on all podcast platforms.If you would like to feature in a future episode please get in touch via my website www.danieal.co.uk