Marcus Garvey is an interesting and divisive figure in civil rights history. Influenced by the writings of Booker T Washington, he pushed back against the philosophy of the NAACP and W.E.B. Du Bois. On the one hand, he was a passionate and fierce leader who unified the community and worked to fight injustice. On the other hand, he was a separatist to the core, a philosophy that led to him reaching out to the Ku Klux Klan. And that’s never the best sentence to hear. But love him or hate him, there is no denying that he was extremely influential on figures like Malcolm X.
I live in apartment rooms with my family, I check the rooms and the computers, I try to download a file when outside, but I have to download the file to my phone first.
I help Karl Rock and his family move from an apartment in Africa, a former schoolmate of mine was by a door as I pushed a cart while trying to avoid their baby running into it, and someone had chicks (baby chickens) in a chicken coop outside.
In this dream I was vacationing during the day with my family in probably Australia, but there is a chance that it was somewhere in Africa like South Africa.
I remember us driving in the countryside with some men with dark-color skin who were from Africa & spoke English with an African accent of some kind, they were probably our drivers / guides, and they dropped us off at a small family run hotel.