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A Case Study of the Influence of Garveyism among the African Diaspora


Marcus Garvey (1887-1940) should be acknowledged as a pioneer of social
entrepreneurship because he developed mission-driven businesses: social
enterprises long before the concept was even named. Garvey tied racial
justice theory to business and he did so with a deliberate plan to bring
social change within markets. In today’s world Garvey would be known as
a “social entrepreneur” and the movement as a “social enterprise” because
both were focused on creating socially conscious businesses, at a time in

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