Universal Negro Improvement Association: Records of the Central Division, New York, 1918-1959
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The Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), founded by Marcus Garvey, had the primary goal of promoting self-help for blacks via "a Universal Confraternity among the race." The UNIA's history is here documented through the records of its Central Division. Included are records of the New York Division; correspondence; and subject files.
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