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Home Moor News Moors Taught In New York City Public High School For Two Days About: Ancient American And West Indian History, Both Sides Of Slavery, Moorish Nobility In Europe, Prophet Noble Drew Ali And Nationality

Moors Taught In New York City Public High School For Two Days About: Ancient American And West Indian History, Both Sides Of Slavery, Moorish Nobility In Europe, Prophet Noble Drew Ali And Nationality

Members, students and Citizens of the Moorish Science Temple The Divine and National Movement of North America, Inc., #13 The Moorish American National Republic in New York City (New York Republic) was invited by a public High School to speak for two days back to back on February 21st and 22nd. It was the perfect time to do so because February is known as so called Black History Month; however during this month every year the melanated youths are not learning information that shows a complete view of their history, raise their spirits and unveil to them who they were before slavery.

The Moors taught two different classes each day. The majority of the students in the classes had so called West Indian roots and heritage; the Moors taught the students that they have been labeled, classified, identified or "described" as Black, Negro, Colored, Ethiopian, West Indian, Native American, Native Indian, American Indian, Amerindian, Black Indian, Latino, Mexican, Afro American, African American, First People, First Nation, Original People, Asiatics, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Paleo, Pre-Adamite, Autochthon, etc. and that their true nationality is Moorish American.

They were shown many pictures, paintings, book citations that proves that there were Moors in the Americas (Canada, Hawaii, Alaska, Greenland, United States, Central America, South America and Caribbean Islands) who were there before slavery, Christopher Columbus and before the continents even split apart. The students learned that the word Maroon is a variation of the word Moor, they learned about the Moorish Empire that covered many continents; they learned about when there were European/pale/"white" slaves in the Americas who had dark or Moorish slave masters and that there were pale, mulatto, native Indian slaves also, not only dark ones; they learned that the real Jerusalem and other Holy sites that are part of the 23,000 years of archived history known as the Bible is speaking about North, Central, South America and West Africa as proven in the book "When Rocks Cry Out" by Horace Butler; they learned that the Ancient Egyptian Empire started in the Americas not North East Africa, they learned that there is more pyramids in the Americas than anywhere else in the world, they learned that the oldest mummies on earth are in South America, they learned about Prophet Noble Drew Ali, the Moorish movement, Proclamations of President Abraham Lincoln and the 13 Amendment with 20 sections that provides Naturalization, Colonization and Compensation and much, much more.

The students were amazed on what they were hearing and seeing, the teachers and school staff were also shocked that the Moors were able to get the students to sit still, pay attention and be fixated on what was being presented. The students and teachers asked many great questions. One teacher asked to break down the difference between Naga, Nigger and Negro; another teacher asked what land covers the Moorish Empire; one student asked about the social security card number and how is it connected to keeping us enslaved, the spiritual practice of their Moorish ancestors, the name of the headdress we are wearing on our head called the fez; how do they reclaim their Moorish ancestry so they can no longer be negro, black, colored or West Indian or modern slave labels; why this information is not being taught to them in history class, the prison system and how its set up to keep our people trapped and many more great questions that gave them clarity when answered. It was a great experience and a buzz was spreading around the school about the Moors that visited.

Below are pictures that were taken during our two day event.