Sabir Bey will explain how Gov. Blagojevich will fight using the U.S. Constitution.
SABIR BEY is the founder and host of the groundbreaking and revolutionary CIVIL ALERT Talk Radio Show. CIVIL ALERT is an open informational forum that is designed to bring critical awareness of the science of CIVICS to the community at large.
Having an extensive background in constitutional law, history, and health, Sabir has conducted years of research that has yielded an impressive array of lectures and workshops. Brother Sabir is a master communicator, having presented at various universities, schools, and community centers. He is also an avid fitness trainer and nutritionist. Sabir promotes various holistic health practices and is soon to release a workout DVD. Sabir Bey has lectured with and been seen in the company of such luminaries and artists as KRS One, Afrika Bambatta, James Ingram, Mos Def, Wise Intelligent, Professor Griff, and R Kelly.
Sabir has given lectures at the University of D.C., Long Island University and at the Philadelphia International Locs Conference. He produces the incredible and extremely informative CIVIL ALERT Newspaper. His DVD series consists of 29 exciting lectures, filmed at various locations from Detroit to New Jersey, from Washington D.C. to New York, including the widely popular Critical Thinking presentation filmed in Chicago. Sabir is currently head researcher of the upcoming Stop The Violence Movement featuring KRS One. Sabir is also putting the finishing touches on his debt book, "The Principles of Civics", due out in 2009. Listen on www.blogtalkradio.com/truth2power Sunday February 1, at 7:00pm EST call in number 347.215.8041
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