"I do not speak carelessly or recklessly but with a definite object of helping the people, especially those of my race, to know, to understand, and to realize themselves."—Marcus Garvey, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1937
A popular companion to the scholarly edition of The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers, this volume is a collection of autobiographical and philosophical works produced by Garvey in the period from his imprisonment in Atlanta to his death in London in 1940.
Robert A. Hill is Associate Professor of History at UCLA and director of the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers Project [African Studies Center], for which Barbara Bair serves as associate editor.
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