Marcus Garvey & Frederick Douglas

Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., ONH (17 August 1887 - 10 June 1940) was a Jamaican publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator who was a staunch proponent of the Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements, to which end he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). Frederick Douglass (born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, c. 5.0/5

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Our history does not stop with Frederick Douglas. It doesn't stop with Marcus Garvey. It doesn't stop…
FOOD 4 THOUGHT: What did Frederick Douglas, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King say about this...
I see now why so many Black people who have endless access to information refuse to learn about their history. They are afraid that opening themselves up to their history will cause them to look at white people differently LOL Thank God for Frederick Douglas, Booker T. Washington, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and countless others who didn't worry about the OPINION of white folks, who had the COURAGE to love their brothers and sisters enough to put themselves on the line for a higher ideal. If it wasn't for them we'd still be on somebody plantation picking cotton or on somebody corner shining shoes. Meanwhile, till this very day white America still doesn't care about the OPINION of black people. They don't care what *** toe they step on when they lock us up and throw the book at us. They don't care about Black Mothers crying when their baby can't be home for the holidays because they couldn't afford a FAIR TRIAL. They don't care that they are miseducating our black children, throwing them in special ed and p . ...
I find it some what interesting that during times of slavery we as people of African decent, could NOT read or write properly or correctly, let alone constructively. Yet we spoke to one another with proper decency and respect, and without education and schools we still used common sense. But today we have all the free education in the world, and we still can't talk to each other right. We have college's, universities, libraries, internet and if you paid attention, life itself also teaches you. We have several ways and avenues to strengthen our Minds, Intelligence, Wisdom, Knowledge, Vocabulary and our Insight. Yet I find it repulsive that we chose to strengthen our character with ignorance, hate, insolence, name calling, the N word, the B word, the disrespecting of our elders and frivolous debates over what's already truth. If Dr King, Malcolm X, W E B Dubois, Marcus Garvey, Frederick Douglas and several others were alive TODAY, they'd be dead from heart attacks at the very sight of how we act. ~The Justi ...
Really don't feel like going to school tonight..But then i reflect on Marcus Garvey, Huey Newton, Malcolm X, H.P. Rap Brown, Martin Luther, Nat Turner, Frederick Douglas..Plus young brothers like Trayvon who will never get a chance to get a college degree. And all of a sudden im very ready...
Where are the Race Men of today ? As I look around it's hard to find such a man who places the welfare of his people before his own. Is it because of the ole mighty dollar that they have given up being a race man and sold out, so they won't have to have the burden of the race upon their shoulders. Maybe they have forgotten how to be men ! Race men and women were Prince Hall, Paul Cuffe, Martin Delany, Frederick Douglas, James "Holly" Johnson, Edward Blyden, Bishop Henry Mc Neil Turner, Harriet Tubman, Henry Sylvester Williams, Toussaint L Ouverture, W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B Wells, Sojourner Truth, Queen Nzingha, Marcus Garvey, George Padmore, C.L.R. James, Hubert H. Harrison, Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, Franz Fanon, Booker T. Washington, Chieikh Anta Diop, Paul Robeson, Carlos Cooks, Sekou Toure',Julius Nyrere,/ Walter Rodney, Kwame Ture'. Malcolm X, Dr Clarke, Chancellor WIlliams Dr Ben, Sam Njoma, Martin Luther King, Elijah Muhamad, Amos Wilson, Nelson Mandela, Robert Mugabe, Robert Nesta Marly, kudos ...
Booker T, Frederick Douglas, Marcus Garvey, Noble Drew Ali, THEM, and WEB Du Bois all viewed as a threat
It was through learning about men like Martin, Malcolm, Marcus Garvey and Frederick Douglas that I formed my idea of what a Black leader
For I am one with his spirit.I carry the spirits of Marcus Garvey , Kwame Nkrumah, Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner, Patrice Lumumba, Jean Jacques Dessalines, Steve Biko and Martin Luther King in my heart.The Blood of Mother Africa runs in my veins.I will love and respect my people, my ancestors and myself all the time.I will support African unity all my heart, all my soul and all my might, all the time, everywhere I am, every place I go.And while doing so, I will make every effort to build our collective nation, educate our people, and increase our economic capabilities for the common good of our people.I solemnly swear to protect our children from all harm, for they are our future.I will yield due respect to our elders, for they brought us to this point.I am an African Citizen of the world.I will work to build all that is best, all that is good and all that is fitting for all our people, everywhere.I will never abandon my responsibilities to my people.I will fight any and all efforts to ens ...
FB: Friends Once again it is Black History Month. It is a time to celebrate the greatness of our people and to share our greatness with the world. Black History Month represents the opportunity for us all to understand the significance of the historical sacrifices made by people of African descent as we were integrated into the fabric of the history of the United States. I am proud to share a history with a people who have endured many toils and snares. However, in spite of those challenges we as a people have nevertheless emerged with each passing year even greater than our storied past. I am pleased that Mr. Carter G. Woodson recognized the value of our history and dedicated his life toward establishing a period of time to recognize our common heritage. He knew the importance of sharing our proud heritage with future generations. Even now, we all still benefit from the sacrifices of Nat Turner, Denmark Vesey, Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, W.E.B. Dubois, Marcus Garvey, LTG Robert E ...
Good Morning what a Spectacular speech last night from our first lady. Michelle we applaud you for your intelligence, and your powerful words. You had the crowd standing to their feet, simply amazing. You covered ( just to name a few ) family, military,employment, health care, etc. Marcus Garvey, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas, James Balwin, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and many more ! all who fought to end slavery are looking down on you from heaven and saying "we did it". We are on the road to victory and every vote counts ,there was a time when we couldnt vote because of the color of our skin coming this novemembr lets fill up the polls and be ready . ( Michelle Obama you rock ) Tune in tonight Bill Clinton will be speaking . Oh and the NFL season kicks off with Ny Giants /Cowboys . Enjoy your day Smooochies
Seeing Obama on the same picture as Martin Luther King, Malcom X, Frederick Douglas, and Marcus Garvey is offensive and insulting.
I guess, Marcus Garvey and them didn't know what they was talking about. WEB Dubois and Frederick Douglas, the educated ones.
Frederick Douglas is my favorite of Leaders before my time but havent heard a more wakeful speech than any of Marcus Garvey's. Know who leads you or unknowingly follow those who you do not know. I will teach the children & their children will learn about us. My bad, just planning my escape...
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