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"marcus garvey" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with colson. Whitehead his new novel harlem. Shuffle is set in harlem between nineteen fifty nine and sixty four. It's a crime novel mount morris park which is no called. Marcus garvey park is a place where bodies are buried in the novel. Like if you if you've killed somebody that's the place to hide the body And a lot of our listeners. Who aren't familiar with harlem. Might know mount morris park. Now marcus garvey park from the quest of documentary about the nineteen sixty nine harlem cultural festival. Cassatt festival was held in mount morris. Park so what do you know was it really. Is this part of like the parks. Laura or is it really true. Their bodies are buried there. What's the story Yeah not buried but dumped and so yes yes so. I went to newspapers for what's happening in the city..
From Slavery to Mass Incarceration With Dr. Byron Price
"What does black liberation look like to you. I think black liberation said marcus. Garvey he asked. What was the black man's government to meet us. Liberation we have our own institutions structures. We have our own economic system at the end of the day. give black people by agency. then that's liberation. We should control law schools. I mean how do you get people to educate your kids that enslave your kids and made it illegal for your kids at one point to get an education and so you continue to go to the same people for your healthcare and you wonder why you died from covert and a lot of different things. I mean when you think about how police shootings down. We should be hiring our own police force to police. Our communities like they do to meet us black liberation having this sort of independence being self contained within the us. Okay but not. The far too often will like in many respects like african countries in regards to like our institutions especially in store to black colleges. Universe rely on aid as opposed to developing our own resources. And so when you give them a you have no incentive to develop your own economic systems and institutions. Awful i mean you think about all the resources that we collect as greeks traces mandate circulating throughout communities. And so we don't own we don't control anything and we don't even a control. Viewed in were to meet s black liberation controlling institutions and having agency
"marcus garvey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Whore! Ooh! Oh, Guru freedom now! And after we met him at the door, we go in the house and you should have the table that my mother had prepared for us. And we'd have dinner and my father was the head of the table and he would lead us in prayer and he would thank God for the food on the table. But it also thank the patron saints of the black family. You would think Martin King Malcolm X Mark Marcus Garvey and, of course. Armageddon on after dinner with retired to the dying to the living room, and my mother knows sometimes we play Scrabble or sometimes I played chess with my father. Or more often than not, my father would break out his old records of revolutionary recordings of like Angela Davis and Huey Newton and we sit there and we listen to this rhetoric that I so much love. That was my family and Did this report. And you can imagine that growing up from these parents, my mother kid in American hero That was Black. Black Moses, Harriet Tubman. Now Harriet Tubman. Many of you probably know is one of the most prolific conductors on the underground railroad. She's probably less well known for being very active and very vocal with women's suffrage. But this woman who was born literate, want a slave escape from slavery that you've known all their life from the eastern shore of Maryland. In Philadelphia, where I grew up. So I wrote this report and my mother would want you to know that I got men more important than that day. What I took away from this assignment was that this incredible person had so much courage that at eight years old, even then I knew I would never have and I didn't certainly have it at that time. And that Even though she couldn't read. She knew that she could read the stars and follow that to this place called the North this place called North and that she was going to this place. In pursuit of this thing called Freedom Justice thing called Freedom. And that when she got there This thing that she had never experienced that she didn't know anyone who had experienced that She wasn't by law entitled to have She wanted that in order to get that she was willing to go. In the dead of winter in the dark of night by Starlight. Travel. Miles for almost three weeks. From someplace that we could get two in two hours and trust People with black is her who would have sold her out for a scrap of bacon. And people as white as the slave master that she was running away from. And Aiso that eight year old child Had my first understanding of the meaning of faith. So I wrote that report. Yeah. I want to tell you that the report I mean that Story moved me in a way that I had never been with before. And any child that learned something new. Tells everybody that they know about that story. And so everyone I met. I told this story. Did you know that Harriet Tubman did a round trip ticket round trip? Between the South and the North 19 times a save 300 slaves. Did you know that in the eight years that she was a conductor on the underground underground railroad that she Kind of work had $40,000 of bounties on her head. And did you know that she carried a gun at 5 ft. Tall not to protect her from the slave catchers who were trying to collect those bounties. Blood to discourage. The men who were twice his biggest. She was who were afraid to go for this future. In the North. And we're woman to go back to the misery of the plantations. That they had no So I wanted to pay tribute. Beyond just writing report about this woman. I didn't know what to do. So I just kept telling stories, and I kept telling this story to my best friend Rodney. Now he was my best friend by virtue of the fact that he lived next door to me, and neither of us could get off of our stoop. We weren't permitted to leave the student, so.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You can check out our previous episodes on Marcus Garvey and Thomas Morris Chester, So the same mindset also influenced the editorial direction of Goatees Lady's book. When Hale was editing American Ladies magazine, she'd written various editorials that clearly stated her political opinions. But Jodi wanted the lady's book to appeal to women, regardless of what their political views were. And, of course, this wasn't as a distinction he was consciously making in his mind. But the default woman here was white and usually middle class. He was also interested in quote, avoiding nationalism or any political entanglements within the pages of the journal and he also said quote I allow no man's religion to be attacked for sneered at or the subject of politics to be mentioned in my magazine. So sometimes you'll see goatees Lady's book described as not being political, but it would be more accurate to say. That the magazine avoided overt political controversy. Really, It was incredibly political. It avoided direct discussion of the Civil War or the movement for abolition. That's an inherently political decision. Instead, in the years leading up to the U. S civil war, it published poetry, essays and stories that highlighted the potential tragedies of war and also emphasized the idea of national unity. Although the hope was that this would avoid offending either side. In reality, it meant that the magazines readership peaked in 18 60 just before the war. Afterward, people started gravitating toward publications where they could get news about what was happening on top of that, in a different political direction. Goatees lady's book heavily reinforced a very specific idea of what a woman should be. Sarah, just EPA. Hail believed that women were more moral and compassionate than men were and hails words. Quote God has given Saman authority to woman influence. She wanted women to influence men's to be better so that then could put their authority to better use. The magazine focused on the idea that a woman's role Given by God was to be a moral force in her sphere of influence, which was the home, although the magazine never took a clear position one way or the other, hailed herself was against the idea of women's suffrage because it was outside of women's sphere of influence. And because women have fewer opportunities for education and political engagement. Thus they were less likely to be informed voters. Instead Goatees lady's book really enforce the idea that a true woman was pious, pure, submissive and domestic. Ah, collection of ideas known as the cult of True Womanhood or the Cult of Domesticity. Yeah, that's kind of been a few episodes lately, including Packard versus Packard. It was an incredibly Common idea of what a woman was supposed to be at the time and elements of it, Continue, said today. Hale did advocate for better opportunities for women. But only within this framework, miss included supporting Elizabeth Blackwell and her efforts to become the first woman in the United States to turn an MD Inhales mind medicine could be within a woman spear in her words written in March of 18 50. To quote the study of medicine belongs to a woman's department of knowledge, its practices in harmony with the duties of mother and nurse which she must fulfill. It is not going out of her sphere to prescribe for the sick. She must do this by the fireside, the bedside in the inner chamber where her true place is It.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on WTVN
"You can check out our previous episodes on Marcus Garvey and Thomas Morris Chester, So the same mindset also influenced the editorial direction of Goatees Lady's book. When Hale was editing American Ladies magazine, she'd written various editorials that clearly stated her political opinions. But Jodi wanted the lady's book to appeal to women, regardless of what their political views were. And, of course, this wasn't as a distinction he was consciously making in his mind. But the default woman here was white and usually middle class. He was also interested in quote, avoiding nationalism or any political entanglements within the pages of the journal and he also said quote I allow no man's religion to be attacked or sneered at or the subject of politics to be mentioned in my magazine. So sometimes you'll see goatees Lady's book described as not being political, but it would be more accurate to say. At the magazine avoided overt political controversy. Really, it was incredibly political. It avoided direct discussion of the Civil war or the movement for abolition. That's an inherently political decision. Instead, in the years leading up to the U. S civil war, it published poetry, essays and stories that highlighted the potential tragedies of war. And also emphasized the idea of national unity. Although the hope was that this would avoid offending either side. In reality, it meant that the magazines readership peaked in 18 60 just before the war. Afterward, people started gravitating toward publications where they could get news about what was happening on top of that, in a different political direction. Goatees lady's book heavily reinforced a very specific idea of what a woman should be. Sarah, just at the Hail believed that women were more moral and compassionate than men were inhales words. Quote God has given Saman authority to woman influence. She wanted women to influence men's to be better so that men could put their authority to better use. The magazine focused on the idea that a woman's role given by God was to be a moral force in her sphere of influence, which was the home. Although the magazine never took a clear position one way or the other, hailed herself was against the idea of women's suffrage because it was outside of women's sphere of influence. And because women have fewer opportunities for education and political engagement. Thus they were less likely to be informed Voters instead goatees Lady's book really enforce the idea that a true woman was pious. Pure submissive and domestic, a collection of ideas known as the cult of True Womanhood or the Cult of Domesticity. Yeah, that's come up in a few episodes lately, including Packard versus Packard. It was an incredibly Common idea of what a woman was supposed to be at the time and elements of it continue to today, Hale did advocate for better opportunities for women, but only within this framework. This included supporting Elizabeth Blackwell and her efforts to become the first woman in the United States to earn an MD Inhales mind medicine could be within a woman spear in her words written in March of 18 50. To quote the study of medicine belongs to a woman's department of knowledge, its practices in harmony with the duties of mother and nurse which she must fulfill. It is not going out of her sphere to prescribe for the sick. She must do this by the fireside, the bedside in the inner chamber where her true place is.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"Over a hundred years ago the black nationalist movement in America reached an unprecedented level of popularity because of the efforts of the charismatic leader of the universal negro Improvement Association Marcus Garvey born in Jamaica Garvey grew up in poverty. He came to understand race relations through the lens of birth colonialism throughout the Caribbean and Latin America as his thinking matured. He began to formulate a revolutionary social movement in nineteen fourteen years. He founded the universal negro Improvement Association dedicated to uniting all the black people throughout the world. Two years later. He immigrated to the United States or his powerful message quickly gained traction you walk you like we weren't able to go to work for one coming up this second building and they should all his own on the great continent of Africa for the purpose of generating our industrial commercial educational Council and for the vehicle collision be arrives in an error where blacks are still being lynched regularly in the South around the same time that movies like Birth of a Nation are showing extra ordinarily Rage depictions of African Americans as monsters. You have this really charismatic and dynamic individual and he's talking about look our place is never going to be here in the United States were going to be in Europe. It's going to be in Africa. We need to reclaim Africa. So Garvey is going to be preaching a philosophy of black pride. He's going to come up with a scheme to repatriate to Africa and he provides a huge sense of hope for millions of African-Americans a centerpiece of garvey's program was the creation of the Black Star Line a steamship line launched a transport. African Americans who wish to emigrate to Africa the Black Star Line is this idea that Garvey can buy ships through the support of local African American people sending in money so you can have a share in the Black Star Line and these ships were going to take thousands of people back to Africa to the Colony that Garvey was going to establish but his advocacy for black Americans to move back to Africa drew the attention of the United States government and especially J Edgar Hoover Federal Bureau of Investigation, which monitored garvey's movement seeking grounds for his arrest and deportation Garvey was growing too powerful J. Edgar Hoover is going to hire their first negro agents to subvert Marcus Garvey and eventually they're going to say that he's been committing mail fraud with the Black Star Line scheme. He's eventually tried arrested placed in jail 19-25. He's deported in nineteen twenty-seven and he's never go out to return to the United States. He dies in London in 1943. Garvey's Legacy as the father of the modern back to Africa movement cannot be underestimated. He created the largest popular political movement in the history of Black America and would be an inspiration both to the anti-colonial movement and black nationalist leaders throughout the remainder of the century..
Marcus Garvey: Leader of a Revolutionary Global Movement
"Over one hundred years ago. The Black Nationalist Movement in America reached an unprecedented level of popularity because of the efforts of the charismatic leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Marcus Garvey. Born in Jamaica Garvey grew up in poverty. He came to understand race relations through the lens of British colonialism throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. As his thinking matured. He began to formulate a revolutionary social. Movement. In, nineteen fourteen he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Dedicated to uniting all the black people throughout the world. Two years later. He emigrated to the United. States. For his powerful message quickly gained traction. We walk you'd believe. This country we weren't ever get to work for walk up. By building. On the Great President of Africa for the public of pickering our industrial cocoa educational. At what it could go configure me arrives in an error where blacks are still being lynched regularly in the south around the same time that movies like birth of the nation are showing extra ordinarily racist depictions of African Americans as monsters. You have really charismatic dynamic individual and he's talking about look all places never going to be here in the states is never going to be in. Europe it's going to be in Africa we need to reclaim Africa. So Garvey is going to be preaching a philosophy of black pride. He's GonNa come up with a scheme to repatriate to Africa and he provides a huge sense of hope for millions of African Americans. A centerpiece of Garvey's program was the creation of the black star line a steamship. LAUNCHED TO TRANSPORT AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO WISHED TO EMIGRATE TO AFRICAN? The Black Star Line. Is this idea that Garvey can buy ships through the support of local African American people sending in money? So you can have a share in the Black Star Line. Any ships were GONNA take thousands of people back to Africa to the colony that Garvey was gonNA. Stab wish. But his advocacy for black Americans to move back to Africa drew the attention of the United States government and especially J Hoover's Federal Bureau of Investigation. Which Monitored Garvey's movement seeking grounds for his arrest and deportation. Garvey was growing too powerful Jagger Hoover is going hired their first. Negro. To Subvert Marcus Garvey and eventually they're going to say that he's been committing mail fraud with the Black Star Line Scheme. He's eventually tried arrested placed in jail nineteen, twenty five. He's deported in nineteen twenty seven and he's never allowed to return to the United States, he dies in London in Nineteen. Forty. Garvey's legacy as the father of the modern back to Africa movement cannot be underestimated. He created the largest popular political movement in the history of black America and would be an inspiration both to the anti colonial movement and black nationalist leaders throughout the remainder of the century.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Over 101 109 years ago. This is what he said. Quote There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles the wrongs and the hardships of the Negro race Negro race before the public, having learned they're able to make a living. Out of their troubles. They have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs, partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays them money. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances because they do not want to lose their jobs, unquote quote unquote. Ever since. This is an reputation to one Marcus Garvey. Booker T. Washington was right then, and it's also right now, more than 100 years later, and lastly is matched. Diamond knows no greater source than Iraq. Hussein, Obama said in 20 await in his speech on Father's Day. Quote Black kids who grew up without a father are five times more likely likely live in poverty six times more likely to commit crime nine times more likely to drop out of schools and 20 times more likely to end up in prison unquote Barack Obama That what the black family needs our black fathers in the home. And marriages. That's what's needed. No, he dropped out idea quickly when it looked like he might lose reelection in 2012 is continuing their calls. The Trump train must roll or America's existence is in great peril. News radio 700 that you all know this is 700 wlw 700 wlw Zone.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Well, she was branded a communist for the same reason that people like WB. Boys, Paul Robeson, and even Marcus Garvey earlier had been been branded as a problem for the United States i. She is someone who certainly I embrace a leftist politics and ideas, and ultimately she posed the challenge. The truth of the matter is she didn't even need to embrace any kind of radical platform to be brand of the communist at the time because in the end to use the. Term Communist within that context was simply to try to smear. So one to able to to say listen this person is is not American and and what we know from history is that the people who were branded the communist whether they embrace communist views or not were ultimately individuals who stood up who stood up in the face of injustice who confronted racism and discrimination and every time they were vocal every time they decided they were simply not going to accept black people. Being mistreated in his country, all of a sudden they were quote unquote a communists in these last few seconds that we have. Your next book is on Fanny Lou. Hamer, can you talk about her level of activism and you struggle you see now in the Democratic Party of the Progressives on the establishment even as history is being made with Kamala Harris being the first woman of color to be nominated as vice presidential candidate. It was truly wonderful to hear a Harris Evoke Sanity with Hamer I've been deeply. Invested and certainly in Hamer's ideas and finishing a book on this topic and one of the things that I think is important to emphasize. Is that Hamer ran for office ran for office three times I i. think that's important because we don't talk about it generally, we don't talk about it and the reason we don't talk about it is because She was unsuccessful but I'm of the mindset. Even those stories. We have to know and those stories are powerful because a fan of Hamer was unsuccessful. I shall have a bass was unsuccessful, but it doesn't mean that their stories don't matter and it certainly doesn't mean that we can't talk about their efforts because what is key here really about winning or losing. It's about how these women ultimately rose to the occasion. Professor keys should Blaine. We thank you so much for joining us. With Nur meet shape. Stay safe..
Shootings surge in Chicago, New York City
"It is now the fourth consecutive weekend of Children being fatally shot Chicago. This time boy, 15 years old among nine dead, 30 wounded. Chicago gun violence increases Year to year shootings there appeared a year Murders are up. New York City. Saw 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Put in the New York Post. Among those killed a one year old boy. Is among four people shot at a cookout near Brooklyn Park. Four victims were wounded when a shooter possibly in a passing vehicle, says the New York Post opened fire in their direction. At 11:35 p.m. You're the Raymond Bush playground. At Madison Street and Marcus Garvey Boulevard in Bed Stuy. Baby was hit in the stomach. Take her to the hospital. Where he's expected to survive. Freeman Age is 27 35 36. Also hospitalized expected to survive. Meanwhile, New York City City Hall protesters I wanted The New York Post attack, a New York Post reporter. And cops did nothing. Quote an occupied city hall. Protesters smacked in on duty post reporter in the face with a two by four on Sunday in the view of dozens of NYPD cops who didn't lift a finger to help. And even refused to take a complaint of the crime. A journalist is named Kevin Sheehan was using a cell phone to shoot a video of the demonstration. One of hundreds of people stronger now reduced around 50 On a public street across a metal barrier when one protester Didn't like it. Put the blank camera down, sneered the demonstrator as he swung the two by four at she in multiple times, knocking his phone to the pavement and striking him in the face. Many within the encampment, according to the New York Post, laughed while one woman could be heard calling. All right, all right as a way to break it up. Open on the cops, so much has moved in the direction of the attack. As a man responsible wearing a Brooklyn Nets T shirt. Bearing Tyree Irving's number 11. Disappeared into the encampment. 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Including a 21 year old man fighting for his life after being shot in the head while sitting in a car. In Sheepshead Bay early Sunday. It's 43 shootings so far in the week more than tripled last year's tally of 13 over the same period, according to
"marcus garvey" Discussed on The Dignified Bastard
"Allies Muhammad. Who came on? Who who came into fruition. On the heels of what Marcus Garvey handed thirties. Twenty thirty somewhere. But as it relates to redemption. Like I said, you know Malcolm cleaned up his act came Muslim..
"marcus garvey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"N._f._l. Too late you know <hes> do to halftime shows and <hes> i mean it'd be over social justice prices which i get you could be doing that right but at the same time it's like you went so hard to lay not support. These people and you came to lay you. You end up working. It's like i tol- somebody else. I was like marcus garvey marcus garvey like one of the most influential people within like black consciousness or not but he tried to work with the ku klux klan to end up. You know like siding with them to behave like you know if we work with view late. Stop doing what you're doing and a lot of people turned against them because they were late. You know you're trying to talk about black power this and you know black on all this that and the third the night you trying to side with the ku klux klan who hate black people thing how else are trying to side with china surmise like is trying to open up their eyes into lake conway come to some sort of like you know middle ground right but if you know that they are known for doing this and they they have done this now. What make you think that because you're about to come with them that they buy the change every philosophy that they have. I understand where you're coming from. I ooh i'm with people not like you're marcus garvey. It's a to me. Fossil currently see 'cause the n._f._l. As extreme leanne as the ku klux klan clamming run around a black people on a port they trust who they but they treat like but they treat owners say have the inmates from the asylum. Yeah i mean how would you feel if your boss about you. Yeah like bitch. I know inmate. We'll know no it later. You're you're making you billion dollars like because i'm not me specifically but because me and these fifty one other people who are here and we're negus we we making your white ass literally billions of dollars a year. He'll call me an inmate and you have pricing more more. <hes> i don't know man. I didn't read this because like that's a that's a oh turn in general <hes> unless hockey on coaches say or analysts say you can't have a inmates running the asylum but is is. It's still different when you black because they understand the talent that you have. They think alike any college athlete. My fucking university of mississippi mississippi had a first black student until till i was sixty eight or sixty five damn real. Yes ma'am. I black student yes recent as a football all by auto only love you because you represent that school dak prescott wants a mississippi state isn't he. Yeah he the cashier for what forty year yeah dan dan you property late commodity. They know that life think about zeke. You'll elliott light. They'll do whatever they can keep him like what dallas but you you have a price on your head because they know how valuable you are so you're not sure seen as a person you looked asset yeah. That's true and if you need you to make me money so i'm i'm. I'm keeping you around only to make money. They love dak prescott player like a pimple relationship is. I think that's every business. Everyone only keeping you around made me money. Can you get on someone's bad side. They're like all right bye true very true but coming back to the the kapernick thing like you know how i feel about charlemagne guide. I used to like not fuck with him but i feel like he's calmed down a lot from when he first came out but he said something that made made a lot of sense he said. How can you make change from the outside. He said jay z just trying to get a c. Epa table would she did. You can't like kneeling. Kneeling is brought awareness but now it's time for action michelle obama sobbing. She say how else can we. I mean without us us. Having a voice was jay z..
Explainer 178: The curious case of President Berdymukhamedov
"The opportunity to read one's own obituary is a privilege accorded to few perhaps unsurprisingly it can be a transformative formative experience alfred. Nobel inventor of dynamite was mortified to see himself memorialized a merchant of death. It may have been this. It's premature a review of his life's work that inspired him to bequeath the nobel prizes including one for peace marcus garvey the prominent jamaican activist activists was so enraged by his errand early obituaries that he suffered the stroke which actually killed him rudyard kipling mistakenly reported dead by one sloppy journal contented himself with writing in to cancel his subscription so we should sympathize somewhat impossibly for the last time with president gurban guli berdymukhamedov of turkmenistan who earlier this week was proved conclusively alive after some while of doubt about whether or not he was still with us act president berdymukhamedov office since two thousand and seven was photographed indisputably above ground the caspian economic forum in nevada a resort on turkmenistan's caspian sea coast the era of might and happiness as president berdymukhamedov rule is officially known precedes seeds the greatly exaggerated demise of president berdymukhamedov allegedly from kidney failure seems to have become popular currency last month. A russian news agency reported the story apparently via a eurasian affairs blog who claimed to have heard it from a source in business circles in the turkmen capital of ashkhabad who may or may not have been tipped off by a spook working for turkmenistan's intelligence services though any any journalist who pitched the editor story with this level of sourcing would find themselves retreating beneath a barrage of coffee mugs and explosives no such fact checking protocols inhibits social media which was briefly ablaze with elegies to president berdymukhamedov few of them. It has to be said especially sorrowful from turkmenistan's government. There was tantalizing silence. The last confirmed sighting of the president had been in mid-july when he was shown on state television writing a book. He is believed to be working on a history of the central asian shepherd dog and beaming at a video of one.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And now it's time to take a trip through the WNYC archives with the station's chief archivist Andy Lancet, this is the municipal broadcasting system. York City's station WNYC city. We're more than seven million people live in peace and enjoy the benefits of democracy. This week. We're going to take a look at the life and legacy of Marcus Garvey, Marcus Garvey, was a political leader writer publisher and entrepreneur he had a vision of economic independence for his people. He was the founder of the universal negro improvement association. U N, I A the single largest black organization ever in the nineteen twenties and thirties, the U N, I A had an estimated six million followers around the world. Andy you made a documentary in the early nineties for NPR series horizons on Marcus Garvey, ran here on WNYC. How did you become interested in him? And why did you make that documentary? Well, at the time, I was actively looking for significant historical stories and events that up to that point had had little airing on public radio. But also wanted to tell a story that still had a good possibility of finding people who were alive who would actually known or seen in this case, Marcus Garvey. And in addition to his sons, I was able to interview oddly more also known as Queen. Mother more Harlem activists than matriarch and pretty amazing person for decades as well as a member Amy Gordon now here, we have a clip of Marcus Garvey, son, Marcus Garvey, junior talking about his father at the time of this recording. He was about sixty and president of a UN a chapter in New York. The aim of Marcus Garvey was to create a great sinful nation in Africa. That would be so strong that it could protect Africans all over the world, but Marcus garvey's great achievement was to make this idea on the stand to the masses of African people Andy who was drawn to Garvey and his mission will garvey's followers were largely from the working class and included formerly enslaved persons as well as World War, One veterans who had been to France, and it had a taste of culture without. Jim crow. There was also at that time a large number of immigrants in the United States from the Caribbean who found the Jamaican-born Garvey, pretty appealing. Can you? Tell me a little more about his his life short. Garvey was a printer a union leader in Jamaica. And he came to this country in one thousand nine hundred sixteen where his efforts to so-called uplift, the race through free enterprise were met with skepticism ridicule and even sabotage in the nineteen twenties. He was a target of the young J. Edgar Hoover and in nineteen twenty seven he was deported from the United States as an undesirable alien. But it actually we we have a recording of Garvey. He made a record in nineteen twenty one. And here he is delivering the powerful slogan that characterized his movement. Cried. You mentioned Amy Gordon included songs from Amy Gordon. Can't tell folks who she was. Sure. Amy, Gordon was a veteran member of the UN and she hailed from Jamaica. And she remembered some of the organizations songs, she was pretty old when I interviewed her in Brooklyn around nineteen ninety so my guess is that she has passed on. But her songs were sung straight from memory. We have a clip of her singing one of those pieces, cappella, let's hear oh shine on eternal light next one. No Shannon in night. Shane too. To to great. Oh. He did. This. News.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on Necessary Blackness Podcast
"Garvey. So. Yeah. And that's why you know, I don't know if Sammy out in the community, but I got the Marcus Garvey started Jackie sat Iran leading Accoring. Serene that black. Yeah, they got Harriet Tubman jacket. They got to sawn oversaw. They got a book men. They got everybody. Now, all great, grandma's master, teachers in African warriors are scholars thinking, those are the people men that we got uplift. And I can't tell you how many times I get stopped when I wear that jacket. You know in the hit is we're talking about supporting black business. This is a black clothing design as right here in Atlanta in the West End, you know, he's on I g I tagged them in my pace. So if you like that, Marcus Garvey, make sure you go out man and support another black business. So as anything want to send your last closer while now, I think we said enough. Yeah. I guess I don't say something for next week. Say energy next week. You know, I'm same energy is are you gonna have that same energy or keep this same energy today today? Today. But now we need to have this conversation. And we're and we're gonna have more more. Sometimes we not gonna agree we agree to disagree. But at the end of the day is always going to be respectful, and we've definitely could talk because I don't want nobody to we would me. Because it's all about truthfulness. Reese, you know, you said we're going to be respectful respectful, but be truthful and honest transparent. Like, I feel like that's a lot of was missing today. When I turn on a lot of these podcasts is just a repetition of the same, opinion and information. So I just think that it's good that we can have different opinions. Absolutely. But you know, what it's that's what you need to do. Don't listen to nothing but necessary blacklist podcast. I don't know what she talked about is the only podcast, you can only support one black eye. Oh. It's time for awakening. I listened to a lot of people shutout some men. Renegade culture. A man Collahuasi changure and Kamu. So there's a lot of people out there that we can support world's podcast. I'll be listening to listen to black dog either black channel I listened to wreak Nashi listened to a lot of people read pill blue pill. I listen to on a lot of the compensatory concept is onto nearly fuller junior that come listen to that. Sometimes. Yeah. So, you know, I try to stay brass. I'm learning. Got these brothers out here. That's teaching. You know, we need more sisters though. Definitely more sisters. Occupy the space dropping knowledge, man. Something I'm working on. That's why that's why is a blessing to have you up here because sometimes you need that off from energy, you know, on as I could see it was on full display tonight. And don't think that that feminine energy can't trust farm into fight. 'cause. Yeah. She was ninety five today. But you know, that's what it is man. This is why he should badge necessary blackness podcast, and I'll see you. Same place. Same time next week. Lamar steely peace and black power family.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Up here. Oh, you're this. And I send the clip immediately to Charlemagne van, and it's this moment where you're you're talking about. You don't understand why black people pray to white Jesus? And we've spoken about before. And then Rogan starts talking about how white people pray to these like Indian gods seek they seek salvation through Indian got. And then you have this this this moment where you're like holy shit. I understand why black people pray to Jesus and Rogan's. Like, why do you think we do it? And then you say this line you go rogue why do we look for God outside of our own race? And then you go, and you could say if you want, but it was just amazing bar us. We don't see the divinity in our centers. Dash it techs you immediately. I said this shit right here. It is so true. What that takes back. What is it? What he's studied the teachings. Absolutely. Yeah. Immense. It was it was such a poignant class thirteen. Why why why is it? Why is it that? We why is it so much easier for us to look at these other cultures and everybody does it. Why so much of your first look at that? Oh that must be got. Why are we so insecure? I'm if I was white I wouldn't look anywhere else. I mean 'cause. Survey to say why folk once they won't. If I was wines. Like if I was why I'm running with the Mormon God is for us. I mean, but have you heard Louis joke now always talks about how like Christianity one? You know, what year it is two thousand nineteen. Cristiani what it won't we've been here longer than two thousand eighteen years. If basically said, hey time started. Honestly, think people don't see divinity in themselves because as long as government and outside forces keep you seeking divinity outside of yourself. You don't recognize anything divine in you and others. And if I don't see anything divining, you it's easy to kill you. It's easy to accept prison for you is easy to accept that poverty is a matter of about product of you being lazy versus a creation that is a result of capitalism in western society. So it's easier to start to not see or not honor the humanity because I don't see the divinity and you and like he was saying. The fab set nation this long Clarence thirteen x and before supreme lessons would ally. Muhammad, and before that most honorable Marcus Garvey, you know, they let black people nor particularly you are fine. Thanks because we were so down tried and we were so used manipulated and forced to become beast almost chattel. So there was important and seeing insane to me at that point in what it did to me. I'm from Atlanta, catering, Pepsi. I do have crippled Colo around. Yeah. No. There's there's there's there's something in it. And I think that you know, I think that there's divinity all human beings, not just black. But it's important for me to take your black people because that's my community. So now trying but there's something divine in all of us. And if I recognize that it becomes almost impossible to to be bad to you. Or to not have empathy for you, see God and everything I do. Absolutely. And and everybody I saw a clip on the internet of there's a nomadic tribe in Africa. And that Christianity has gotten their wanted to the members who saying that we saw God everywhere all of nature, and now that Krishna Hannity's here to give us books, and they take our land..
"marcus garvey" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"If he asks, you know, that's a question. I would have to I'd have to determine after my attorneys have some discussion. I if there's wrongdoing by other people in the campaign that I know about which I know of none. But if there is I would certainly testify honestly, I'd also testify honestly about any other matter, including any communications with the president. It's true that we spoke on the phone, but those communications are political in nature. They're benign. And there's there's certainly no conspiracy with Russia presidents, right? There is no rushing. And he's never suggested to you in any way, shape or form that you that he might offer. You a pardon absolutely, positively not have never discussed a pardon. The only person that I advocated a pardon for as we've discussed previously is a posthumous pardon for Marcus Garvey. And I have written the president as to why I think that should be done. Prosecutors have looked at this case say you might need a part. And because they say, it's a slam dunk case, including Chris Christie is coming up on the program later, you know, you denied having any documents or text messages discussing WikiLeaks or Assange, but the prosecutors in the indictment layout several emails dozens of text messages, you know, they're right. I did forget on some occasions that I had text messages and emails that are entirely sculptor. Tori, improved it everything I said before we stopped for you say you forgot on the day. You testified you didn't have any exchanges of the brand with Mr. credit co you had thirty exchanges. Thirty techs exchanges. The rain critical on the remember it Mr. critical a man who threatened to put a bullet in the head of Warner Muller's witnesses before the grand jury, but is not charged with witness, tampering or intimidation. A man who lied to the grand jury about being my source regarding the significance of the WikiLeaks disclosures. A man who threatened me and writing to have a woman falsely. You do with anything else having to do with him. The text messages are the messages their documents. I I will prove in court that any failure memory on. My part was without intent and would be in the terrible. I am human. But I and I did make some errors. But they're errors. That would be inconsequential within the scope of this investigator also accused of tampering with Mr. credit karma show, some of the exchanges you had with him on multiple occasions. This is from the indictment on multiple occasions, including honor about December first two thousand seventeen stone told person.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Just on God on know much about him. Sees supposed to be conserved. No, most conservatives don't consider him to be a conservative. He is a he's nothing more than a political hit, man. He will work for anyone at any price. I've never considered him to be a conservative. I consider them to be dirt back OK up furniture. She will because what I heard men, although I'm glad I wasn't Robin. How would erect mccower this guy? This guy's worked for Democrats and Republicans is a political hitman. He is he is he is the scum of the earth is a loan shark of the political world. He is the worst used car salesman in the world of politics. I mean, he's the he's the dirty tricks of all tricks win at all costs. He will work for anyone. He is a political assassination. Oh, well, let's just be honest. What politics? No, let's be honest. There are certain people that that run campaigns. Ron and do it with a little bit of integrity. Like, there's certain things that are off limits. There are other people that run campaigns, and they have absolutely no soul. Roger stone is one of those people. So a little bit of integrity is better than okay. Anyway. What I heard you gotta understand. Roger Roger stone is is. So I if you go into your history, and I don't want to go to deepen, that's Roger stone. With literally put out fake information about people who's trying to bring down about their sexuality and their sexual likes and dislikes. And even ran little want ads. Connecting candidates to phone numbers that he was doing. I mean, this guy is literally the he's the he's the when was the last time. Did you beat your wife? When was the last time you molested a child guy? Okay. Well, here's here's here's what got me when they had when I was listening to the press Trump, or whatever it was he said of the question was about a pardon for him. And he said it almost threw me out. You said a pardon for Marcus Garvey. Do you know who watches Garvey is? Oh, oh was. You're you're referring to the many referred to him as the negro. Moses is that he referring to some like that what I do song. I don't know. But still. Well, he was he was regarded the leader of the largest organized mass movement and black history. Yeah. History. I just said that. Follows Dan in double ACP over a million oversee throughout the Caribbean in America. My grandfather was a Garvey. We tried a petition to get Obama to pardon markets. You know, he's a real dope. All that's why I'm saying just why else would conserve imagine a wide conservative. No. He's look look. Here's here's the thing. He wants to turn himself into a Marcus Garvey. He wants to turn himself. Enjoy a martyr. He wants he wants he wants to turn himself into the victim. And that line was rehearsed and prepared for weeks or months because he knew this was coming because Marcus Garvey, man. Here. Here's what I'll say, Ron. There is nothing that Roger stone won't say go go look at. Roger stone's tweets to me on Twitter. They're still out there. During the campaign when I would go on CNN, some of the most vile language in discussing things you can say he was saying it to me, and I literally between them back. It's time for you to go to bed..
"marcus garvey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Motivated investigation. I am troubled by the political motivations. And as I said previously, there is no circumstance whatsoever. I will bear false witness against the president, nor will I make up lies to ease. The fresher myself. Fully and completely vindicated Rogers wake Walker it with a special counsel's office. We do in any way cooperate with the special counsel's office since I was not contacted prior to the charges today. Talked to the spectacle. Prosecutors addressed that. I have made it clear I will not testify against the president because I would have to bear house with the president has tweeted that you have. What do you think the president? I will be. Next week. Those things at that time. Roger the president said that you had guts tweeted that wouldn't you think he meant by that? Well, I intend to tell the truth. I have told me through this entire proceeding. I will be back in a lot. I am one of his oldest friends. I think he's doing a great job. Trump campaign WikiLeaks. No, I've addressed that before that is incorrect Roger convicted you think the president. Did you think the president was? If you if you were convicted, you think the president would pardon you, the only person I've advocating the pardon for is, Marcus Garvey. Donald. Gavin. Why had that opportunity? Help with Roger secure. I will address those questions next week and watch. Roger stone's speaking surrounded by a crowd.
"marcus garvey" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"He's. Swallowed the canary got his arm doing the Richard Nixon victory. Both hands. Believable. He is eating. Mr. Soto street firms. Always. Never been telling this story. Innocent. We're going to defend this case. But let me start out by saying. Bill this morning. Briefly on necessarily everyone knows we're Roger stone is. Breaking in Jewish house searching, the house, scaring, his wife scaring completely unnecessary. Would have done the job. Appear but let me let Roger himself. Himself nothing to hide. The before picture now. Roger. I have. Rushing. Rickie reach. Or any other illegal lactic connection sixty? I am accused of making false. During my testimony. In. Any? Traumatic material. I. Prior. Charge today. Boring. At the FBI agents arrived home with seventeen vehicles. When they could simply have contact. More than voluntarily. Bye. I was taken to the FBI facility. Although I must say. Courteous. Not guilty to these charges. I will defeat them. I believe politically motivated investigation. I am troubled by the motivations of the prosecution. As I have said previously. There is no circumstance. Whatsoever under which I will bear false witness against the president go along. Myself. Vindicated. Special counsel's office. Special counsel's office since I was not contacted prior to the chargers today. Am I have talked to prosecutors? I had made clear I will not justify. Gets. I would have to bear false witness. I will be. Appear in DC. Next week. I'll address those back time. Well, I intend to tell the truth. I have told the truth. Through this entire proceeding. How strong draft. Friends. I think he's doing a great job. Contact. No. That is incorrect. Good morning. If you were convicted, pardon you, the only person I've advocating a pardon for his Marcus Garvey. With the Russians. No. Gabby. Respect. Correct. I will address those questions next week and watch. All right..
"marcus garvey" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thirty. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart more big developments on the Russia investigation longtime President Trump associate Roger stone is being released from federal custody after he was arrested during an early morning FBI raid. He's speaking now outside federal court. Let's listen. Special counsel's office released a press release prior. You're being charged today. At the crack of dawn twenty nine FBI agent arrived at my whole with seventeen vehicles with their lights flashing. When they could simply have contact. Voluntarily. Oh, day terrorized wife. My dogs. I was taken to the FBI facility. Although I must say the FBI agents were extraordinary courteous. I will plead not guilty to these charges. I will defeat them. And. This is a politically motivated investigation. I am troubled by the political motivations. Prosecutors. As I have said previously. There is no circumstance. Which I will bear false witness against the president. Will I make up wise ease the pressure on myself? Fully vindicated. Special counsel's office. Since I was not contacted prior to charges today. Lawyers talk to the special prosecutors. I have made it clear I will not justify the president. Because I would have to bear false witness against. I will be. DC next week. Time. Well, I intend to tell the truth. I told the truth. Entire proceeding. Back in a law. Oldest friends. I think he is doing a great job. The Trump campaign contact WikiLeaks. Before that is incorrect. Pardon me. The only person I've advocated a pardon for his Marcus Garvey. Absolutely. Gavin. Oh, gosh. You haven't even read the indirect had that opportunity. Help. Addresses questions next week in Washington watch. That's a.