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"Marcus Garvey" radio with Dr. Harris and Dr. Kennedy
by National Network in Action (NNIA)
Friday Jan 3rd, 2014 11:49 PM
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia2/2014/01/06/dr-harris-dr-kennedy-marcus-garvey-one-god-one-aim-one-destiny

The Marcus Garvey show is broadcast Mon, Tue, Thur, and Friday
3:30 pm
An open mic format. Call in to speak with the host (347) 326-9475
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NNIA offers spiritually uplifting and educational programming that promotes human rights for ALL. Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr., director of NNIA, is committed to bringing quality programs to educate, motivate, energize, mobilize and organize to take our community to a higher level of awareness and stronger commitment to justice.

National Network In Action International President Rev. Dr. Floyd D. Harris, Jr is known around the world as the Peoples Preacher, Political, and Civil Rights leader.
Co-host, Dr. Jean Kennedy is a organizational Psychology and Behavioral teacher from Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Harris has embraced the teaching of the Honorable Marcus Garvey Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism. Mr. Garvey was a self educated man and founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association dedicated to promoting African American and resettlement in Africa. Mr. Garvey launched several businesses to promote a separate black nation.

The RED, BLACK and GREEN Flag was unveiled to the world by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League of the World at it's first International Convention on August 13, 1920. The UNIA-ACL knew that Africans at home and abroad needed their own flag as other flags around the world could not represent the collective of African people. Mr. Garvey traveled throughout the United States speaking and meeting with African American Leaders. In the post World War 1 economic crisis and with racial discrimination, lynching and poor housing, the masses of Black people were ready for a leader who was aggressive and had a plan to "uplift the race". The U.N.I.A. grew quickly and by 1919 there were over 30 branches throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America and Africa. Mr. Garvey claimed over a million people had joined his organization in 3 years.

Disclaimer: The information and viewpoints given by hosts and guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of National Network in Action (NNIA). Neither NNIA nor any host or guest accepts responsibility for the accuracy of information given by any party other than himself or herself.
§Dr. Kennedy & Dr. Harris
by National Network in Action (NNIA) Friday Jan 3rd, 2014 11:49 PM
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