Be it Known and Enacted Course

Synopsis of Course Curriculum

  1. 1
    • A message from the instructor

    • How to use this course

    • Before we begin...

    • Be it Known and Enacted Course Syllabus

    • Be It Known and Enacted Course Syllabus

  2. 2
    • Brief Overview of the Be it Known and Enacted Course

    • WCIB Preamble

    • WCIB Preamble Example Essay and Assignment

  3. 3
    • Our Authority

    • Our Authority WCIB PDF

    • Our Authority Quiz

    • Our Authority Vocabulary

    • Our Authority Quiz 2

    • WCIB Constitution and By-laws Vocabulary

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Instructor(s)

Dean

Johnny Ray Walls-Bey

Chieftain Walls-Bey is of Washitaw-Choctaw Indian descent and a direct descendant of Members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. In 2016 Chieftain Walls-Bey was appointed Chieftain, National Director and Chief Counsel for Bureau of Moorish Affairs, Washitaw-Choctaw Indian Band of Arizona and is responsible for Washitaw-Choctaw Affairs across the nation (Uaxashaktun de Dugdahmoundyah Empire). He serves as the Board of Director for the Tribal Council.

Director

James"Brickhouse" Mallard-EL

James "Brickhouse" Mallard-EL is a Business & Entertainment Consultant who strives to help clients’ become the best form of themselves they can be. Jack has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership along with an associate degree in Audio Production Technology. Brickhouse has extensive knowledge and experience in performing organizational assessments and company turnarounds. Jack’s professional background spans across the transportation and entertainment industry. Jack is an active member of the community dedicating his time to youth and adult mentoring along with partnering with various non-profit organizations to assist in developing community-related charitable efforts and legislation that positively affects under-developed communities. Brickhouse co-authored and released his first book "Cigarettes & Bad Decisions, The S**** I Wish I'd Known" in January 2017.

FAQS

  • Why should I attend Moorish State University?

    MSU is the only University where students will begin to familiarize and internalize law and procedures in a practical way.

  • How long will it take me to complete courses at MSU?

    The courses at MSU are designed for all styles of learning. Students are able to move at their own pace to ensure each student is learning based on his/her's own unique way.

  • Does the Moorish State University assist students with the Naturalization Process?

    Yes, MSU is the only university that is approaching the Naturalization process on a practical bases. Our classes are designed to assist students with knowing legality and procedures to ensure competency in their personal and professional affairs.

  • Is the Barber Intelligence Program being offered at MSU?

    Yes, the Barber Intelligence Program is being offered at Moorish State University.

  • Who is eligible for the Barber Intelligence Program?

    Veterans and their eligible dependents are eligible for enrolling in this training and education program.

  • Is the Barber Intelligence Program part of the Veterans Affairs?

    Yes, The Barber Intelligence Program is a United States Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefits program in the State of Arizona, in accordance with Section 3687, Title 38, United States Code.

  • Is Barber Intelligence Program a State Approved Program?

    Yes, Barber Intelligence Program thru the Moorish State University is an approved program based on the Arizona Apprenticeship Office, Program No. 2018-AZ-71835, provisions of Title 10 and 38, U.S.C., and on the standards of Arizona State Approving Agency (Arizona Department of Veterans Services)

  • What are the requirements to become an enrolled member of the Washitaw Choctaw Indian Moor Tribe? When should I apply to MSU?

    To complete the Tribal enrollment process every student must complete all required Course. MSU uses a rolling admission process that allows for flexible time frame. MSU typically recommends that students start their steps for enrolling in December and January. It may take a few weeks to receive a full admission decision once all requested materials are received. Although there are no "hard" deadlines to apply to MSU, there are a few priority dates to keep in mind for students who would like to maximize their opportunity for financial aid.

  • What are the required Course at MSU? and is the MSU connected or affiliated with any other so called Moorish Sec or Moorish Science Temple(s)?

    The required courses of MSU are Introduction to MSU Course, Be it known and enacted Course, A Divine Warning Course, Nationality and Naturalization Course. These courses are all mandatory courses no matter what courses students choose to enroll in. The Moorish State University, Bureau of Moorish Affairs, Washitaw Choctaw Indian Moor Tribe, and Uaxashaktun de Dugdahmoundyah Empire are not associated, affiliated or represent any other so called Moorish Sec, Sovereign Citizen Group or Movement. MSU is not a Sovereign Citizen Group, we are an educational institution of the Washitaw Choctaw Indian Tribe and the Uaxashaktun de Dugdahmoundyah Empire.

Preamble

We, the people of the Washitaw-Choctaw Nation, the Founders of Civilization, one of the first original nations, the contributors of the first seven Articles of the Constitution for the U.S.A. in to order form a more perfect Union, having to the right to establish our own form of Government, in order to establish Justice, insure Tranquility, promote Peace and the general welfare, for the achievement of Love and Truth, and secure ourselves and our Posterity the right of Life, Liberty, Property, and Peace. We affirm to preserve the Washitaw-Choctaw Indians way of life, to provide a way of organizing, providing for the common defense, do ordain and establish this Constitution, free and independent Government for the Washitaw-Choctaw Indian Band.