Revolutionary Daily Thought

  1947 – 2008 Any attempt to destroy ‘racism’ without an explicit link to the struggle against capitalism ultimately serves only to reinforce ‘racist’ ideology and to shield capitalism from attack. On the other hand, an attempt to combat capitalism without an explicit link to anti-racist discourse and struggle allows capitalism to use belief in […]

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 […]


Some people say I have “Minority Privilege.” Here is a list I complied of 50 Black Male Minority Privileges I’ve experienced in the twenty-four years of my life. Feel free to pick and choose from the ones you would like to possibly incorporate. There is enough to go around for everyone. My minority privilege allows me to be […]

Principal Accused of Pulling Student Out of Class Over “Too Puffy” Natural Hairdo

A Toronto girl’s aunt, Kaysie Quansah, took to Facebook to express her disappointment at her niece having been pulled out of class for having “too puffy”hair  According to Quansah’s post, the 13 year old was doing her work in class when Tracey Barnes, principal at Amesbury Middle School, removed her. In the post, she says Barnes […]

“Guilty By Color” Bringz Together Diverse Talentz, Proves Hollywood Love Affair With Mafia Continuez

Giovanni Gambino and Richard Pryor, Jr. collaborate on timely, hard-hitting tale of racism and police injustice. Author Giovanni Gambino, together with Richard Pryor, Jr., have penned an emotional page-turner of a story that is as relevant today as it’s ever been. “Guilty By Color” examines the effects that institutional prejudice can have on individuals, a phenomenon […]

World Bank Tribunal rulez a Black man has no rightz to hiz identity

White supremacy at work. In the year 2015 the Black man still haz no rightz, and people can’t understand why we got a attitude.  Frank Watkins 2015-10-13, Issue 746 cc Wiki The Ethiopian was a widely praised deputy global manager of a high-profile international program at the World Bank. His problem started when he applied […]


Travel BLACK in time The Willie Lynch letter was a fictional essay that was written to address how whites could and should train their slaves. In this brief clip from the movie “The Great Debaters,” Denzel Washington’s character is talking about the Willie Lynch letter to his students. It’s a powerful watch and although it’s […]

Experimentz in Segregation

Economic theory is pessimistic about the prospects for undoing racial segregation—but experiments suggest reality isn’t quite so bad. by NATHAN COLLINS Builders at Newport News Homesteads, Virginia, September 1936. (Photo: Everett Historical/Shutterstock) Racial segregation remains a fraught issue throughout the United States, and social scientists have developed a range of theories to explain why that is. […]

Al Prentice “Bunchy” Carter” Would Have Rode with Nat Turner

by Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali October 12 is the birthday of one of the most talented and promising young men martyred in the massive State repression against the Black Panther Party for Self Defense. “Unlike Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver and George Jackson, Carter has almost been forgotten from the history of […]