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Garvey embraced Washington's ideas and returned to Jamaica to found the UNIA with the motto "One God! One Aim! One Destiny!" Initially he kept very much in line with Washington by encouraging his fellow Jamaicans to work hard, demonstrate good morals and a strong character, and not worry about politics...
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Garvey did not make much headway in Jamaica and decided to visit America in order to learn more about the situation of African Americans. When Garvey came to America, he decided to travel around the country and observe African Americans and their struggle for equal rights. Garvey saw a shifting population and a diminishing hope in Jim Crow's demise...
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Marcus Garvey
Garvey embraced Washington's ideas and returned to Jamaica to found the UNIA with the motto "One God! One Aim! One Destiny!" Initially he kept very much in line with Washington by encouraging his fellow Jamaicans to work hard, demonstrate good morals and a strong character, and not worry about politics...
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Character, Morals, Integrity
On the other hand, if you have good character, then more people would see how good of a person you are and even more people would like you. Morals sort of describe the way you make decisions, so having bad morals could guide your life down the drain, while having good morals could guide your life minute by minute toward noble goals...
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RASTA
This help inspire the UNIA Universal Negro Improvement Association. The motto of the group was "one god-one aim-one destiny". In the early day the organization was to educate the poor black lower class and get people to join...
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Invisible Man Character Relation To Strong Black Leaders At The Time
The intention of the movement was for those of African ancestry to "redeem" Africa and for the European colonial powers to leave it. The idea that African Americans should return to Africa was known as the Colonist Movement...
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Marcus Garvey
He arrived back in Jamaica on July 15, 1914; five days later he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) and African Communities League along with Amy Ashwood...
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marcus garvey's influences
Lincoln's Emancipation had granted blacks freedom from slavery, but they were still treated as second class citizens. Black people had served in World War I, but there were race riots that showed that whites were not yet willing to treat blacks differently, thus denying them any respect for their contributions to the war effort (Van Leeuwen 1)...
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Marcus Garvey
After reading "Up From Slavery," by Booker T. Washington, Marcus Gravey asked himself, "Where is the Black man's Government? (p. 107 Franklin, John H. Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century)" He could not find them and declared he would help them...
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