Unformatted text preview: of the motherland; turned to African Americans and African Caribbean • The regalia transformed and unified the identity of the marchers • The domesticated workers were the most committed and determined about the vision • A movement with inertia: in south Africa had its climax after the decline of Garvey • Religious ideals drawn from the West: ethiopianism centered on psalms 69 redemption. The Ethiopians were on the same levels as Egyptians or even greater at one point. • The idea that Adam and Eve were black and white was born out of leprosy • Cain: first leper • Connected to the modern Zionist movement, looking for the promise land • Class gap creating the working group and the ones that feel like they’re being exploited • In a flowering of culture, people were writing national athems...
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- White people, Marcus Garvey