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Philip Howard

was born on 26 November 1889, in Kingston, Jamaica. Before leaving Jamaica for Boston, United States, in 1910 Domingo had become a close associate of both Sandy Cox and Marcus Garvey. Their friendship grew out of a concern for how the racialist sociopolitical and economic structures and policies of colonial Jamaica affected blacks. To challenge those institutions and laws, Cox, Garvey, and Domingo established the National Club in March 1909 in Kingston to advance the black nationalist principles of Edward Wilmot Blyden.

In 1912 Domingo moved from Boston to New York City While in Boston he had earned a living as an importer of fruits and vegetables The political and organizational experience that he obtained as an officer of the National Club afforded him the opportunity to meet with some of the most influential black American intellectuals and activists in Harlem His associates were socialist labor leaders civil ...