Excerpts of this video were taken from the 2017 article, Marcus Garvey Was Not A Pan-African, written by Cimarron Reed-Bandele. Marcus Garvey opposed the Pan-African movement led by W.E.B. DuBois and never referred to himself as such. Garvey referred to his movement as Negro (Black) nationalism in search of an African nationality. This video briefly explores the difference between the two movements.


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