Marcus Garvey and the King of Dahomey
Marcus Garvey with Prince Kojo Tovalou-Houenou of Dahomey, called the “Garvey of Africa”, and George O. Marke.
New York August 31, 1924
Click here for a overview of the implications of this meeting.

Marcus Garvey and the King of Dahomey

Marcus Garvey with Prince Kojo Tovalou-Houenou of Dahomey, called the “Garvey of Africa”, and George O. Marke.

New York August 31, 1924

Click here for a overview of the implications of this meeting.

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