Henry Sylvester-Williams, a Trinidadian lawyer, councilor and writer, first coined the term “Pan-Africanism”. Spearheading the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), Pan-Africanist Garvey dedicated his life to the mission of redeeming Africa. Under one umbrella, Marcus Garvey united Black people throughout the diaspora: Black Canadians, West Indians, African-Americans, and Africans. Spearheading the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), Pan-Africanist Garvey, dedicated his life to the project of redeeming Africa. During the height of the Harlem Renaissance (1918 – 1930s). There were 32 UNIA chapters in Canada. Garveyites in Canada included Canadian publisher Denham Jolly, Judge George Ethelbert Carter civil rights leader Dudley Laws, and Harry Gairy who is considered to be the Father of the Black Community. Roy T. Anderson, an award-winning Canadian filmmaker is about to bring Marcus Garvey’s story to the screen. In “African Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey”, a ground-breaking film chronicling his journey, his modern disciples including Rastafari give their perspectives on this iconic yet controversial leader. Filmed in Jamaica, Ghana, Canada, USA, UK, and Central America, this docu-film blends live action sequences and stunning still photographs with no-holds barred interviews and conversations with world-renowned leaders, scholars, and personalities. Multiple Emmy-award winning actor Keith David (Greenleaf, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Crash) lent his voice as the narrator of this 85-minute feature-length documentary-film. Also sharing the influence of Garvey’s philosophy on their work are internationally acclaimed reggae artists Sean Paul and David Hinds, lead singer for Steel Pulse; award-winning American actors Louis Gossett, Jr. and Danny Glover, Charles Rangel, a retired United States Congressman, and White supremacist Jared Taylor. The film had its world premiere at the Trinidad and Tobago on September 23, 2021.