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Write a paper and talk about Marcus Garvey and his speaking against the widespread racial violence and the response that the historians gave for his actions.
Initial research resources
Marcus Garvey Roll, Jarod. “Garveyism and the Eschatology of African Redemption in the Rural South, 1920-1936.” Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 20, no. 1. Winter 2010.http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rac.2010.20.1.27
Andrews, Kehinde. “Toward a Black Radical Independent Education: Black Radicalism, Independence and the Supplementary School Movement.” The Journal of Negro Education 83, no. 1. Winter 2014. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7709/jnegroeducation.83.1.0005
Ewing, Adam. “Garvey or Garveyism?” Transition 105, no. 1. 2011. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/transition.105.130
Length: 5 pages (1375 Words)
The misconceptions about black politics result from divided political thought among most historians. Literatures such as those written about Marcus Garvey on Wikipedia “Marcus Garvey” carry misconceptions that other scholars do not back. Marcus reached New York to raise money for industrial schools for his country. However, he was engaged in the fight for the blacks to endure widespread racial violence during 1919 (Grant, 12). While many other leaders spoke out about racial violence, Marcus Garvey attracted a broad audience and received widespread support for speaking against the same. He later boasted of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), which had more members than all other movements together. Historians then argued that Garvey propagated nationalism to conceal his rhetoric accommodation and conservative attitudes (Grant, 12).