Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall was the headquarters of the Cleveland branch of the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) beginning in 1923. Better known as the local home of a fraternal and reform organization originally founded in Jamaica in 1914 by Marcus Garvey to promote anticolonialism, Pan-Africanism, and Black advancement, Liberty Hall was also the site of a number of leisure and entertainment events.

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Green Book Cleveland thanks Taru Taylor for the suggestion of this location.

Liberty Hall in 1957 | Cleveland Public Library
2200 E 40th St, Cleveland, OH

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