1- 3x5 feet red, black, and green Pan-African flag
The red, black, and green flag was first designed and used by Marcus
Garvey – a founding father of Pan-Africanism – and members of the
Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) in 1920.
“Show me the race or the nation without a flag, and I will show you a
race of people without any pride. Aye! In song and mimicry they have
said, “Every race has a flag but the coon.” How true! Aye! But that was
said of us four years ago. They can’t say it now….” -Marcus Garvey