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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Students4Garvey” campaign. Exonerate Pan-African Leader Marcus A. Garvey. December 3, 2016

In the U.S. our history may not be taught in schools, but we must ensure our written and oral history are passed on to our future leaders.

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Dr. Julius Garvey, the son of the legendary Pan-African leader Marcus A. Garvey, was in Washington last evening for a “Students4Garvey” campaign event.  The campaign is centered around educating young African-Americans about the life and work of Marcus Garvey, and to encourage their letter writing to President Barack Obama to exonerate the record of Garvey.










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