WAS MARCUS GARVEY A PAN AFRICANIST?
Please join the Black Reality Think as we explore the depth and brevity of this question.
.Our special guests are The Honorable International Organizer, Mwariama Dhoruba Kamau, UNIA International Organizer, and Local Organizer of the Washington Division #183. He also serves as a Special Representative to the President-General of the Marcus Garvey Institute in Chicago and Commissioner of the Marcus Garvey Society in Durham, NC.
Other guests include Cimarron Reed-Bandele founder of the Marcus Garvey Society and Co-Founder of Nu Community Development Center. He joined the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League in 2001 and served as Durham, North Carolina’s Turner-Tubman Division #459 President from 2002 – 2005. In 2006, he formed the African Diasporan Nationalist Society and Pan-African Cooperative Movement, which later became the Marcus Garvey Society. Through the Marcus Garvey Society, the YouTube Channel, Garvey & Garveyism is dedicated to the preservation of the rich history of Marcus Garvey, the Garvey Movement, and African nationalism. Joining the conversation is Brother Wayne Young, Publisher/Editor/Writer of a Pan African magazine titled the Port of Harlem. The guest co-host for this broadcast is Dr. Bruce Bridges. The host is Dr. William Rogers.
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