[ gahr-vee ]
/ ˈgɑr vi /
Marcus (Mo·zi·ah) [moh-zahy-uh] /moʊˈzaɪ ə/,1887–1940, Jamaican black-rights activist in the U.S. (1916–27): advocated emigration of black Americans to Africa.
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British Dictionary definitions for marcus garvey
/ (ˈɡɑːvɪ) /
Marcus. 1887–1940, Jamaican Black nationalist leader, active in the US. He founded (1914) the Universal Negro Improvement Association and led the Back-to-Africa movement: gaoled for fraud (1925–27)
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