Queen Mother Moore’s Revolutionary Resistance Legacy

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Queen Mother Moore with Robert and Mabel Williams and the RNA, Dec. 1979 in Detroit
Queen Mother Moore with Robert and Mabel Williams and the RNA, Dec. 1979 in Detroit

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One leading figure in the 20th century movement for African liberation in the United States and around the world is Audley Eloise Moore, widely known as Queen Mother Moore. Her efforts spanned the era of Jim Crow in the South where she was born in New Iberia, Louisiana on July 27, 1898, to the Garvey Movement of the 1920s and the Communist Left of the 1930s and 1940s.

Queen Mother Moore remained a symbol of resistance through the turbulent years of the 1950s through the 1970s, where she was a stalwart at numerous mass meetings, conferences and demonstrations across the U.S. and the world. Even into her later years of the 1990s she attended significant conferences related to the demand for reparations reminding a younger generation of activists and organizers that the struggle…

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Marcus Mosiah Garvey, The Man Who Led the Largest Mass Movement In Black History

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By Shamone Nelson | February 11, 2018

  1. Marcus Mosiah Garvey Jr. was born August 17, 1887, in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica. Out of 11 siblings, he was the youngest and only he and one of his sisters lived to adulthood.
  2. Garvey left Jamaica in 1912 to go study and go to college at Birkbeck College in London.He worked for‘The African Times and Oriental Review’ at the college.
  3. In 1916, Garvey created the Black Star Line in 1919, a shipping line used to transport goods and passengers betweenAmerica, the Caribbean and Africa. The shipping line was a major part of the Back-to-Africa movement.
  4. The Pan-Africanist leader formed thefirst Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA–ACL) division in Harlem, New York. At its height, the UNIA had over one thousand chapters across the world with over 1 million members
  5. Garvey also had a publication called “TheNegro World” which wasestablished in…

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