UNIA Division 156 of Los Angeles was part of a general spread of Garveyism between 1920 and 1921. According to UNIA parent body records recently uncovered in New York City, by 1926 there were sixteen divisions and chapters of the UNIA in California.
Source: Emory Tolbert, The UNIA and Black Los Angeles: Ideology and Community in the American Garvey Movement (Los Angeles, 1980), pp. 57-58, 53.
Via Dr. Taylor.
Wandering: Philosophical Performances of Racial and Sexual Freedom by Sarah Jane Cervenak
…the emancipatory potential of philosophical wanderings, “daydreaming, mental and rhetorical ramblings…Kristyl Dawn Tift.
Author, addtl. Book. Text on perfromance.
Democracy Now! and Pacifica Radio Archives aired a newly discovered recording of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on December 7, 1964. King, invited by Christian Action, spoke at City Temple Hall, London, on his way to Oslo to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Brian DeShazor of Pacifica Radio narrates its finding from their archive and some context for the recording.