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Marcus Mosiah Garvey Sr. Sarah Anne Richards. Lewis, Rupert, and Maureen Warner-Lewis. Garvey: Africa, Europe, The Americas.

Marcus Mosiah Garvey Sr. Sarah Anne Richards Organization of UNIA. Forming UNIA: 1914–1916. Africa World Press, 1986, 1994.

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Lewis, Rupert, Marcus Garvey: Anti-Colonial Champion, African World Press, In. 1988. Stein, Judith, The World of Marcus Garvey: Race and Class in Modern Society, Louisiana State University Press, 1986.

In Marcus Garvey, Rupert Lewis uses his considerable talents as Professor Emeritus of Political Thought and decades of Garvey scholarship to create a superb introduction to the life and work of the Right Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Many of the early biographies of Garvey such as Black Moses by Edmund David Cronon, Hero by Tony Martin, and Negro With a Hat by Colin Grant, narrate the facts of Garvey’s life, but sometimes fail to contextualize key elements of Garvey’s story.

ISBN 10: 0946918678 ISBN 13: 9780946918676.

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This biography of Marcus Garvey documents the forging of his remarkable vision of pan-Africanism and highlights his organizational skills in framing a response to the radical global popular upsurge following the First World War (1914–1918). RUPERT LEWIS is Professor Emeritus of Political Thought, the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.

By Rupert Lewis March 1991 · Journal of Black Studies February 2018 · Journal of Interdisciplinary History.

Through his work Garvey showed that he was an intellectual of a new type, one whose efforts embodied the aspirations of millions of colonial peoples.

Comments: (3)

Kefrannan
In Marcus Garvey, Rupert Lewis uses his considerable talents as Professor Emeritus of Political Thought and decades of Garvey scholarship to create a superb introduction to the life and work of the Right Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
Many of the early biographies of Garvey such as Black Moses by Edmund David Cronon, Hero by Tony Martin, and Negro With a Hat by Colin Grant, narrate the facts of Garvey’s life, but sometimes fail to contextualize key elements of Garvey’s story. For example, all three texts mention that at fourteen Garvey was an apprentice to Alfred E. Burrowes, master printer, and that by nineteen Garvey was a master printer and foreman at P.A. Benjamin Manufacturing, yet they neglect to explain how Garvey was able to achieve this meteoric rise. Lewis does this and more.
Although the goal of the publishers is “to introduce general readers to those individuals who have made sterling contributions to the readers…and are the shapers and bearers of Caribbean identity,” Marcus Garvey could easily be adapted in our schools because it is an excellent introduction to the life and work of Marcus Garvey. I recommend it without any reservations.
Dagdarad
First time reading about Marcus Garvey and his vision for our people of African Origin. If we today have more leaders like him today we may further on in this world.
Folsa
Great book about Marcus Garvey that is written in a very academic manner, if that makes any sense. It does a great job of showing just how expansive his movement was, how deep his influence on other revolutionary movements was, and just how important he was. Highly recommended.
Marcus Garvey: Anti-Colonial Champion download epub
Humanities
Author: Rupert Lewis
ISBN: 0865430624
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Africa World Press (February 5, 1988)
Pages: 300 pages