Lonnie B EL, b. 1969, is an M. F. A. Writer/Filmmaker, Kongfu Master. EL has written for The Call and Post and ghost-written for various publications. Currently, EL educates in Moorish history, including Kongfu, to All through missionary work as an Acting Moorish Officer and writes education and entertainment for Moorish-American.com.
EL’s passion for spreading Moor culture stems from seeing thirst for knowledge. EL also enjoys chess and sword-play.
M F A [Writing], Lindenwood University, 2009
MA [Communications/Digital Media], Lindenwood University,
BA [English] Magna Cum Laude, Cleveland State University,
AS and AA Cum Laude, Cuyahoga Community College, 2003
PhD student [General Psychology, third year], Northcentral
MK Buddha Da Moor Bey Temple, 1988
CPT International Sports Science Association, 2004
Chess Expert United States Chess Federation, 2015
Filmmaking, Corporate Operations, and Teaching Kongfu and English language to Youth and Adults.
College Chess Club President and Winner of several academic Scholarships and Championships for Academic Achievement, High-Achieving Native American, Martial Arts, Archery, Sword-Fighting, Chess, and Writing.
This share was filmed on the tiny Mexican island of Chacahua that is home to mostly Los Moros, Moors. I didn't get to film there, but this man did and did a good job: