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Words of Marcus Mosiah Garvey
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Marcus Garvey - Black And White
I'm black not white, which is no crime;

To have all things makes one so great:

If blacks did have, all whites would crave

More black to be for all that time.

The whites have ALL, in regal state,

And blacks do think them more sublime

But whites would think the blacks so brave

If they had greater wealth all time.

Words of Marcus Garvey