What coube so bad about the East, everybody wants a piece
Africa for Africans, Marcus Mosiah speak
Marcus Mosiah Garvey, one of the leading Pan-African Jamaican activists of the early 1920’s-30s, was the forefront of the revival of the Back-To-Africa movement, which was the return of the African diaspora (not to be confused with the Jewish diaspora, where they fled to Egypt in 6th Century BCE.)
“Africa for Africans” references the diaspora back to Africa that has obviously never come into fruition.
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