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Haile Selassie: The Self-Proclaimed ‘Caucasian’ Who Many Africans Mistook for a Black Saviour

A couple of explanations should be produced using the beginning – Firstly, there is no evidence that Garvey owned such an expression and a few people have ascribed it to Reverend James Morris Webb who may have said something like that at a show in 1924. Besides, regardless of whether he said it, Garvey’s evaluation of Selassie was provably scorching and most uncharitable in this way repelling any romanticization of the sovereign’s heritage.


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