Socio-Economical Reform in our Communities feat Bro Polight

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www.nu-covenantplus.com / www.2012res.com ~ Michael Noak (brother Polight), culturally known as Nysut: Amun-Re Sen Atum-Re is a young and successful entrepreneur, age 28, who owns two bookstores, an alkaline restaurant and is the founder of the Golden Ankh Global Foundation inc. and publisher of Golden Ankh newspapers.

An author of 60+ books, 35 of which he has written in an 11-month time span, Nysut: Amun-Re spends his time teaching and writing books to spread not only his vast array of knowledge but also his story of inspiration to others all over world both vocally and by the written word.

Former gang leader and now present day spiritual leader, healer, and economist he has taken the lecturing community by storm with his unparalleled depth of information and his unique ability to articulate the information in ways that pulls at peoples’ hearts.

Amongst his many different accolades, He is fluent in 4 languages and teaches all levels of sequential mathematics including pre-calculus sentential calculus and six sigma resource allocation.

In preparation for his upcoming lecture on May 20th featuring the world renown comedian/social critic Paul Mooney, Brother Polight comes forth with an engaging conversation, challenging the "conscious" status quo. It is his premise that "A system devoid of economic and political incentives is just another religion." So the question must be posed, or people putting down the cross just to pick up an Ahnk without shifting the necessary mechanisms within their consciousness to bring about CHANGE in their own world? Find out why he is transposing the notion that the "White Man is the Devil" while reinforcing the notion that the "Black Woman is God!" How can these positions bolster his attempt to bring about socio-economical reform in our community?

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