‘He set a template as to how we can be successful’: The Gospel according to Marcus Mosiah Garvey

In episode 17 of Dotun Adebayo's "Once Upon A Time When We Were Coloured" podcast, he's joined by a number of guests to discuss the Jamaican national hero's life and legacy


IN EPISODE 17 of Dotun Adebayo’s “Once Upon A Time When We Were Coloured” podcast, he’s joined by special guests – Shango Baku, Culture Mark, Chinidu Anidobi, Sister Sheba, Mikey Massive and Brother Morris – talk about the Jamaican national hero that is sometimes forgotten in the history books.

Dotun and his guests discuss Marcus Garvey’s life, legacy and the lessons we can learn from him.

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    Interesting, enjoyable discussion on Marcus Garvey – pity about the short length 🙂

    BTW – it’s UNIVERSAL (Negro Improvement Association), and check out the ‘Spirit Of Garvey Lives On Even Now’ in the Feb. 2020 issue of The Voice.


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