76 King Street. Journal of Liberty Hall: The Legacy of Marcus Garvey Vol 3. 2017
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Caree Banton “Nationalism and Not Racialism”: Liberia in the Un-Making of Garveyism
Edward L. Cox Pan-Africanism, Garveyism and the Formation of the UNIA Branch in Grenada in 1938
Natanya Duncan “Now in Charge of the American Field”: Maymie De Mena and Charting the UNIA’s New Course
W. Gabriel Selassie I The Liturgy of the Universal Negro Improvement Association–African Communities League (UNIA–ACL): The Universal Negro Ritual and the Universal Negro Catechism
Michael Barnett Marcus Garvey as the Progenitor of Black Pride and Black Power in the United States
Margaret D. Gill Times Literary Supplement Reviews of George Lamming’s Novels: Reactions to a Movement
Annual Marcus Mosiah Garvey Lecture
Donna McFarlane Education for Liberation: the Role of Museums
Dorothy Whyte Reflections on the life of Eustace Emanuel Whyte, Garveyite (April 19, 1903–August 15, 1967)
Keisha N. Blain “Africa for the Africans”: The Expanding Field of Global Garveyism
Jerome Teelucksingh Robert A. Hill (Editor-in-Chief), The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers: The Caribbean Diaspora, 1910-1920 Volume XI (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2011).
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