John, you maintain that the men on your list were not Masons, but "Christian"..
Marcus Garvey was a member of Prince Hall Freemasonry, as was his father Marcus Garvey Sr.
"During the final four years of his life, Garvey turned even more emphatically toward the Masonic ideal based on secret knowledge. With the defeat of Ethiopia in the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935.... Garvey revised dramatically his previous estimates of what political movements alone could be expected to accomplish. Thus, he viewed as problematic the absence of "masonry in his [the Negro's] political ideals," noting that "there is nothing secret in what he is aiming at for his own hope of preservation." Garvey was alluding to the evolution of the fraternal idea from its earlier craft stage into a potent political vehicle, one based on the organization of secret revolutionary brotherhoods.
Other features shared with fraternal orders included solemn oaths and binding pledges, special degrees of chivalry (such as the Cross of African Redemption, Knight of the Sublime Order of the Nile, and Knight of the Order of Ethiopia)
Haile Selassie was a Mason and a Knight of the Order of the Garter
RasTafari Selassie I is a direct descendant of the Solomonic (SOL-AH-MAN) ... all Mason orders must bow to the original Ethiopian/Nubian Masonic Head, RasTafari.
Joseph Nathaniel Hibbert was a member of the Ancient Order of Ethiopia.
Joseph Nathaniel Hibbert,. Leonard Howell, H. Archibald Dunkley were members of the Great Ancient Brotherhood of Silence, or Ancient Mystic Order of Ethiopia, one of the “black” (or “Prince Hall“) Masonic organizations