The reason I believe this is a quality book that deserves more study is because it involves Marcus Garveyâ€™s most renowned accomplishment, the organization of the UNIA. It also shows how Marcus overcame his failures to become a black role model and leader. All of the books on Marcus Garvey show people that no matter what happens, wither you fail or succeed, you can become a successful person as long as you believe in what your doing. BIBLIOGRAPHY â€œBlack Nationalismâ€? Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
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