Marcus Garvey's Influence On African American Society

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God and nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves what we want to be. Follow always that great law. Let the sky and God be our limit and eternity our measurement’(Marcus Garvey).Marcus Garvey a Jamaican native and self-taught leader. Who will forever be known for his act to help backs. He had a powerful organization it was made for African Americans to get all the help they needed.
Marcus Garvey had an influence on black religion by giving black hope of change. This goes with black religion because God gave hope to people that a better life for them was coming.This made the motivation of the words he spoke like a faith to black people. People were unified by the U.N.I.A. The U.N.I.A. was set
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I think of this like making the house. I say that because I think this was the foundation of the stepping stone of making it better for blacks in America to get equines. I think his organization was the first step of changing the America that we know. His loudness and motivation to change the world for better it gave us a different way to get what we thought was ours. The aggressiveness of his tone made us listen and not just blacks but the world. Yes, there were people before him who fought for a change. But, none of them did it in the way he did. By him appointing himself into positions that no other man of his kind had went made people see that there is a way out of the dark. Americans at this point didn’t have anyone that was a black man or women talk back to them in a way that would make them listen to what they had to say about their country. He was somewhat like a preacher in the way he talks. Like a preacher, he had a voice that would make everyone listen to him. He also stood in front of people and they would learn from what he was saying to them. This showed that he had the presents have a man almost like God. He helps show that you can also have God in this world that wasn’t made for us. He helps blacks get an identity for himself that no one could take

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