Divine Warning By The Prophet Noble Drew Ali



Prophet Warns All Moslems—
Governors Ordered to read Proclamation at Each Meeting

January 15, 1929

I hereby inform all members that they must end all radical agitating speeches while at work or in the streets. We are for peace and not destruction. Stop flashing your cards at Europeans: it causes confusion. Remember your card is for your Salvation. Failure to obey these orders will be of severe consequence. We are for Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice, and when these principles are violated, Justice must then take its course.

Any member who or group of members who hold malicious feelings toward the Temple or the Prophet, or violate the Divine Covenant of the Moorish Movement will receive their reward from Allah for their unjust deed. All true Moors will and must obey the LAW as laid down to them by their Prophet. If they lose confidence in their Prophet, they should turn in their card and button, cease wearing their turban and fez and return to the state where I found you. This is a Holy and Divine Movement founded by the Prophet Noble Drew Ali, and if the Prophet is not right, the Temple is not right. The Prophet therefore is sending out a Divine Pleas to all Moorish Americans that they do their part in protecting the Temple.

This is an everlasting movement founded by the Prophet through the will of Allah to redeem his people from their sinful ways.

By Order of the Prophet Noble Drew Ali

Natural Hair Gets Barbados School in a Twist

Repeating Islands


Remember School Daze? I couldn’t help but think about the 1988 Spike Lee film when I read this fascinating article. Global Voices reports on a recent controversy in Barbados regarding natural hair, a variety of hairstyles, and grooming choices, reigniting debate about the complexities of race and representation in the Caribbean. Please access the full article in the link below:

[. . .] Some female students at Harrison College, one of the most prestigious schools on the island, were reprimanded for sporting hairstyles which were deemed inappropriate for school, to the surprise and outrage of many.

Elva Mary Tudor, a mother of one of the students, expressed her concerns on Facebook: “My daughter’s hair style was considered too flamboyant and unsettling for school. At assembly yesterday the students were told twist outs are not appropriate for school. She will be 18 in a couple weekes [sic] and over the last…

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