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Book Review: Marcus Garvey- Emancipated From Mental Slavery

It’s a new day and a new chance to get better. Hope everyone can find motivation always. No matter what your going through don’t ever fold . Today I just wanted to do a quick book review on a piece that gives me daily motivation to spread love. This is my 6th book this year alone. For me personally that’s a lot. I don’t think I read 6 books in 20 years before this year.

The editor named Nnamdi Azikiwe who was born in Washington DC, put together exerts from Marcus Garvey in one of the best ways I have ever seen. He graduated from the University of the District of Columbia. He then went on to spend time all across the world from places like Ethiopia, Italy, Nigeria , Canada and plenty other countries . The words of Garvey speak for itself. But Azikiwe put together and amazing piece that had me feeling empowered every time I read it .

Marcus Garvey , what can I say. If you read his words, feel his passion, absorb his energy, there is no possible way you can not just get to work as a Black American. Like we got work to do. Point blank period. Garvey wanted us to align with the 400,000,000 in Africa. He knew with unity we would be unstoppable as a nation. I ask that you purchase or check out this book. It’s on Amazon for literally 7 bucks. The knowledge you will receive is priceless. Thank you Azikiwe again for putting it down. I’ll make sure to pass this book along , but I will definitely read this again.

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