UCLA News|Week: Inside the Marcus Garvey archives
UCLA historian Robert A. Hill has spent 30 years archiving documents that tell the story of prominent black activist Marcus Garvey. In this UCLA News|Week interview, Hill discusses his latest edited volume of the Garvey papers, which reveal the importance of Caribbean people in American race relations.
Read more on Hill and Garvey at UCLA Newsroom.
Also this week: Treating a dangerous hospital-acquired bacterial infection without antibiotics.
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