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the eventual return to Africa of all people of African descent. Garvey started the shipping company in 1919 as a way to promote trade but also to transport passengers to Africa. He was acquitted for lack of evidence. Pointing out that Garvey's message had a tremendous influence on later groups such as the. That dissatisfaction we have in our midst now. . Stop flattering yourselves, fellowmen, and let us go to work. . He created an African Legion that dressed in military garb, uniformed marching bands, and other auxiliary groups such as the Black Cross Nurses. Between 19 race riots erupted in East. Garvey spent the last years of his life in London and died in 1940. "I am the equal of any white man; I want you to feel the same way.". Address comments or questions to Professor Van Leeuwen through TeacherServe " Comments and Questions.".
In 1895, he became the first black American to earn. We have to thank the Soviet Union for the courage to stop. What are you going to do with him? But Garvey knew African Americans would not take action if they did not change their perceptions of themselves. In 1924 the convention canonized Jesus Christ as a "Black Man of Sorrows" and the Virgin Mary as a "Black Madonna." Garvey used that image as an inspiration to succeed in this life, for African Americans needed to worship a God that understood their plight. With all his talk of a mighty race that would one day rule Africa, it would have been foolish for Garvey to underestimate the power of religion, particularly Christianity, within the African-American community. Nationalism in both Ireland and Africa along with ideas such as race conservation undoubtedly had an impact on Garvey. The afterlife would take care of itself. McGuire left unia in 1921 to begin his own church, the African Orthodox Church, a black-nationalist neo-Anglican denomination that kept close ties with the unia. You must thank God for the last two generations of whites in our western civilization; thank God that they were not made of sterner stuff, and character and a disposition to see all races their rivals and competitors in the struggle to hold and possess.