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Looking forward to Black History Month 2022, we are dedicated to gathering 100,000 signatures to request an official response from the White House and President Biden for a posthumous exoneration of the Rt. Honorable Marcus Garvey for his unjust persecution and imprisonment by the U.S. government in 1923.

Signatures must be collected within a 30-day period (02/01/22 – 03/02/22). Stay tuned for more information!


Read the DECEMBER PRESS RELEASE for more information (12/01/21)!

Read the NOVEMBER PRESS RELEASE to learn how to become involved (11/21/2021)!

Read the official letter to President Joseph Biden requesting a posthumous presidential pardon for Dr. Garvey.

Chance has never yet satisfied the hope

of a suffering people.

In the News

There is movement building in the community and across the country. Stay tuned for the latest news here.

MSNBC News: The Case to Pardon Marcus Garvey

Dr. Julius Garvey’s interview on Into America with Trymaine Lee posted on November 4, 2021 — it includes audio of Marcus Garvey speaking, historical background shared by the host, and Dr. Julius Garvey’s interview. Watch it here.

The Chavis Chronicles

Dr. Julius Garvey shares insights and little-known facts about his father, the international leader of the Pan-African Movement with Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. Watch it here.

About Marcus Garvey

Read this one-page summary of Marcus Garvey and the political prosecution he suffered.

Dr. Julius Garvey

Dr. Julius Garvey

Son of Marcus Garvey

Julius W. Garvey, M.D., FACS, FRCS, is a board certified Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon who practices in New York. He is affiliated with Northwell Health System and is Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has been on several educational and medical missions to Ghana, Senegal, Uganda, Mali, Sierra Leone, Jamaica, Haiti, South Sudan and Ethiopia.
He has been internationally schooled in England, Canada, Jamaica and the United States. He lectures on the life and legacy of his father, The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Recently, he delivered the 10th Annual Robert Sobukwe Lecture at Fort Hare University at Eastern Cape, South Africa jointly sponsored by the Steve Biko Foundation.

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Leadership Team

Julius Garvey M.D.

‎Son of Marcus Garvey

Goulda Downer, PhD

‎Chair, Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC)

Melvin Foote

‎President, Constituency for Africa

Justin Hansford, Esq.

‎Associate Professor, St Louis University School of Law

Ambassador A. Shabazz

‎Ambassador-at-Large, Belize

Quito Swan, PhD

‎Associate Professor, Howard University African Diaspora History

Nkechi Taifa, Esq.

‎Director, Justice Roundtable Coalition

Kweisi Mfume Jr.