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The Back to Africa movement was spearheaded by the American Colonization Society, started by Charles Fenton Mercer. The idea was to encourage freed Africans to return to their ancestral country, there by lessening the population of blacks in America.

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Marcus Gravey led the Back to Africa movement.

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Marcus Garvey

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