Harlem’s Carlos A. Cooks, Between Marcus And Malcolm X

April 13, 2017

Carlos A. Cooks was born in the Dominican Republic on June 23, 1913. He died in Harlem, New York, on May 5, 1966. He was a key link in the history of Black American nationalism between Marcus Garvey before him and Malcolm X, whom he influenced.

Carlos Cooks administered the Advance Division of the UNIA after Marcus Garvey was deported. He founded the African Nationalist Pioneer Movement.

Via CARLOS COOKS REVIEWING AFRICAN LEGION.

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