Black Redemption, Churchmen Speak for the Garvey Movement.
A study of Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA). Under the direction of its founder, Marcus Garvey (1887–1940), the UNIA became the largest mass movement in Black American history. Though many Black clergyman opposed Garveyism, Burkett reprints numerous sermons by Black churchmen supporting the movement including some by Baptists, African Methodist Episcopalians, African Methodist Episcopal Zionists, and Colored Methodist Episcopalians. With short biographies of the speakers.
Description: Black Redemption, Churchmen Speak for the Garvey Movement.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (1978). First Edition. 197 pages. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s quarter cloth; dust jacket. Dust jacket with moderate soil and modest flaws; Very Good / Very Good.