Ministry of Education Youth & Information
National Heroes of Jamaica Book III: Marcus Garvey
Arnold Bertram
Biographies & Memoirs
National Heroes of Jamaica Book III: Marcus Garvey
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“This series presents the life stories and works of Jamaica’ s National Heroes in new, exciting and engaging ways. The narratives bring to life the heroes and their exploits, highlighting their perseverance and pursuit of excellence in spite of their vulnerabilities, imperfections and varied social backgrounds. The stories underline the panoply of emotions and experiences which comprise the human condition—making them relatable to all readers—but which also emphasise the ultimate triumph of virtue.”

Language
English
ISBN
978-976-639-152-2
Cover Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction to the Series
The Order of National Hero
Introduction
Chapter I The Early Years
Chapter II The Apprenticeship
Chapter III The Founding of the Universal Negro Improvement Association
Chapter IV Starting All Over Again
Chapter V The Climb to the Top
Chapter VI Garvey Faces Persecution and Harassment
Chapter VII Garvey Returns to Jamaica
Chapter VIII The Birth of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP)
Chapter IX Garvey’s Cultural Movement
Chapter X Garveyism and the Rastafarian Movement
Chapter XI Garvey’s Last Year
Chapter XII Coming in From the Cold
Chapter XIII Remember Marcus Garvey
Chapter XIV The Struggle Continues
Back Cover
@takeisha2sy7
over 1 year ago

great book

@narutorpgaming
over 1 year ago

Marcus Garvey had a wife named Amy Ashwood. Amy Ashwood was born January 10, 1897. They got maried and got 7 kids. Three months later they got divorced.

Marcus Garvey was a successful man until 1922. FBI framed him by telling lies on Marcus Garvey.