This second book by Dr. Jeff Menzise is a compilation of rare articles written by world traveler and historian Joel Augustus Rogers in the 1920s and 1930s.
Prepare to be entertained as you travel the world with J. A. Rogers exploring the cites of Rome, Morocco, Spain, and France. Learn first hand why Garveyites were refused in Liberia and of Marcus Garvey's incarceration in an Atlanta prison. Prepare to be challenged by Mr. Rogers' personal views on race, sex, politics, and culture. This is a must read for anyone interested in race relations, culture, history, and travel as education.