Join the Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise – Nothing but smooth sailing!

 
Sail the turquoise waters of the Western Caribbean, relax on beautiful sandy beaches, enjoy exciting excursions and see historic sights on a unique African Internationalist cruise with comrades and friends.
 
Join the Uhuru Movement for the 7-day Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise 2015 embarking Sunday, Nov. 29 and returning Sunday, Dec. 6.
 
Docking in Cozumel, Belize, Isla Roatan, Honduras and the Cayman Islands, the Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise departs from Miami on the Carnival Splendor.
 
This year’s cruise features the opportunity to meet Chairman Omali Yeshitela who provides an incomparable perspective on history and current events through lively group discussions and African-centered sight-seeing and events.
 
Sponsored by Uhuru Tours, the cruise is a fundraiser for the African Socialist International, working for the aims expressed by the great Marcus Garvey a hundred years ago:  “Africa for the Africans, those at home and those abroad.”
 
Don’t miss this special opportunity for a cruise with a cause for African people and our friends and allies.
 
Book now! Your deposit of $250 per person is due by April 17 to save your stateroom. Prices are reasonable and include your room and unlimited food!
 
Payment plans are accepted if set up before April 17.
 
Uhuru Tours is partnering with Tania’s Travel who will take care of your booking.
 
Call Tania at Tania’s Travel: 352-693-3034
 
For more information: http://uhurulegacycruise.org
 
Uhuru!
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