Celebrate Marcus Garvey‘s birthday with two of our noted scholars, Dr. Molefi Kete Asante & Dr. Maulana Karenga. Both men will discuss Charlottesville & more. Before we get to our scholars, Empowerment Specialist, Eraka Rouzorondu on solutions for those concerned about what they saw at Charlottesville. The Big Show starts on WOL 1450 AM & […]

The White House recently rejected a bid to posthumously pardon Marcus Garvey. The campaign, led by a Jamaican lawyer in Florida, would overturn Garvey’s 1920s mail fraud conviction that imprisoned the Black leader for almost three years before he was released and deported to Jamaica. Garvey, who led the greatest mass movement of Blacks in […]

There is a petition on Change.Org to send to President Obama to encourage him to clear the name of  Marcus Garvey, the Jamaican activist who started the “Back To Africa” movement in the 1920s in Harlem. President Calvin Coolidge granted Marcus Mosiah Garvey a pardon on November 18, 1927. However, he was deported to Jamaica […]