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CITIZENSHIP: Why Moorish-American [as a Nationality]?

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Guest Speaker: Brion heru-el Ofrika-bey

Article I …no representatives or apportioned taxes for 3/5ths persons and Indians

460 CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED STATES, EXPATRIATION, ETC. –Moorish subjects lost their nationality only by becoming naturalized in, or protected by, another country having treaty relations with the Moorish Empire; and while a treaty between the Moorish Empire and the United States of America exist, the original 13th Amendment of the Constitution reads, “The traffic in slaves with Africa is hereby prohibited…; and the descendants of Africans shall not be citizens.”

There has not been any naturalization of the Moors who were birthed upon the land, as we are constantly mislabeled as negro, black, colored, [Black] Indian, African-American, etc. the African descendants referenced in the original 13th Amendment. Emancipation from slavery is not automatic naturalization within the territorial United States of America.

Philadelphia House Res. 75 1933 respects the rights of the Moorish Americans wishing to correct their names in accordance with their ancestors through the titles Bey and El. The same resolution calls the use of their former titles a thorough Americanization of the former Moors; not naturalization. U.S.C. 8 § 1401 – Tribal rights of U.S. nationals