The Crusader (October 1918). Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library.
Cyril Briggs launched the monthly magazine The Crusader in 1918. It was a Black Nationalist and Marxist publication that advocated a separate state for African Americans, and armed self-defense against white mob violence. The Crusader was published until 1922.
The confessions of the blacks, who were previously taken up in W. in consequence of discoveries of an intended insurrection, show that five counties were combined. They expected about 4000 blacks to engage in it. The first of Oct. was designated on which to commence their infernal devastatons & butcheries. In W. they were to set fire to the Bapt. & Meth. churches & during the tumult to fall upon the families & destroy them.
Jomo Kenyatta (1894–1978) was born Kamau wa Muigai in Kenya. He entered politics in the Kikuyu Central Association. He briefly studied in the Soviet Union, sponsored by George Padmore. He then moved to London where he published his thesis Facing Mount Kenya under the name Jomo (Burning Spear) Kenyatta (the Light of Kenya). A former member of the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers, he was part of the International African Service Bureau that advocated for African liberation from colonialism. He became the prime minister, then in 1964 the president, of Kenya.
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Amy Ashwood Garvey (1897–1969), Marcus Garvey's first wife, was a journalist, feminist, Pan-Africanist, and playwright. She was one the founding members of the UNIA in Jamaica. In the United States she was general secretary of the UNIA and one of the directors of the Black Star Line. Garvey divorced her in 1922. She joined George Padmore and others to create the International African Service Bureau in London. At the fifth Pan-African Congress in 1945, she raised for the first time the need to address the special struggles of black women. She is pictured here on the left.
From the time Nat Turner was four-years-old, he had
On this day in 1831, the lawyer Thomas R. Gray met his newest client, an enslaved preacher named Nat Turner, in the Southampton County jail. Turner was accused of leading a slave uprising that led to the deaths of fifty-five white people, and Gray eventually published what he said was . More than a century later, William Styron turned the bloody episode into and, almost forty years after that, Kyle Baker drew (see the above images).
Religion is what occupied Nat the most and nourished his self-esteem.
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