On June 16, 2012, the Rootz Foundation, Institute for Caribbean Studies, and the Marcus Garvey Celebrations Committee, of which I am a member, launched an online petition for the exoneration of Marcus Garvey, leader of the largest movement for social and economic justice in the early twentieth century, who was wrongfully convicted on charges of mail fraud by the US government. Our actions were predicated on a sense of history that empowers our decision to petition President Barack Obama to exonerate the Right Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
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