BONUS: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates : Up First Decades before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey attracted millions with a simple, uncompromising message: Black people deserved nothing less than everything, and if that couldn't happen in the United States, they should return to Africa. In this bonus episode brought to you by Throughline, NPR's history podcast, hosts Ramtin Arablouei and Rund Abdellfatah examine the seismic influence and complicated legacy of Marcus Garvey.
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BONUS: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates

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BONUS: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates

BONUS: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates

BONUS: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates

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Decades before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey attracted millions with a simple, uncompromising message: Black people deserved nothing less than everything, and if that couldn't happen in the United States, they should return to Africa. In this bonus episode brought to you by Throughline, NPR's history podcast, hosts Ramtin Arablouei and Rund Abdellfatah examine the seismic influence and complicated legacy of Marcus Garvey.