TAINA ASILI and her band have produced a dynamite new DVD

Taina Asili is a wonderful activist and amazing artist who has supported Mumia, MOVE and other political prisoners, as well as struggles against mass incarceration for about 20 years that I know of.  Her new DVD is dynamite … check it out!   Hope all is well with you! I wanted to let you know […]

Why Don’t We Raise the RBG Flag?

Why don’t we raise the RBG flag? The answer, quite simply, is because we raise the Red Flag of Revolution. The red, black and green flag designed by Marcus Garvey has been popularly adopted to represent Black nationalism in Amerika. People may ask, “Don’t you believe Black people have been constituted as a nation within […]

Event honorz captured Black freedom fighterz

by Anne Pruden Several hundred people filled New York’s Martin Luther King Jr. Labor Center on Jan. 17 for the 20th Annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of our Political Prisoners/Prisoners of War. In this photo, Dequi Kioni-Sadiki, chair of the Malcolm X Commemoration Committee, which sponsored the dinner, speaks to these families and with some […]

Global Connectionz: Steve Biko – An Important Historikal Figure

  By: Tiffany Caesar Due to curricular issues, most of the time, black children are taught about the same leaders, usually from the Civil Rights Movement, like Dr. Martin Luther King and sometimes Malcom X. There are many leaders of African descent who have contributed to the freedom of black people globally. One person you […]

Black August 2015

by JAAN LAAMAN   Black August 2015 — Hiroshima, 70 years later and the bomb still burns.  Hi, this is Jaan Laaman your political prisoner voice, coming to you from the federal prison in Tucson, Arizona.   I wanted to send out a little thought about nuclear bombs, past and present; about Black Lives Matter, […]

150 Yearz Up from Slavery: Are we truly free?

The 150th anniversary since the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and legal end of servitude slavery in 1865 was marked in early December. As is common with other historical milestones there was reflection and assessment of the current state of affairs in America and the 50 million Black descendants of […]

Reflecting on Racial Justice: Some Necessary Notez –Dr. Maulana Karenga

Let make thiz clear that thiz post by Dr. Maulana Karenga because u see it posted here doez not mean that the staff at Moorbey’z Blog doez not  believe the viewz and or opinionz , or have any tiez to the US organization. [By Dr. Maulana Karenga]The history of Black people in this country is […]

Prince Hall on the Revolt in Saint-Domingue

Beloved Brethren of the African Lodge: It is now five years since I delivered a charge to you on some parts and points of masonry. As one branch or superstructure of the foundation, I endeavored to show you the duty of a mason to a mason, and of charity and love to all mankind, as […]