Join Empress T as she welcomes Lecturer, Producer and Director Sabir Bey to Zuri Speaks Talk Radio. Our Topic is CITIZENSHIP IN THE LANGUAGE OF LAWS....
Sabir spent long hours studying Moorish history, the U.S. Constitution, language of the law and etymology. His studies led him to create and host a talk radio show called “Civil Alert” on WURD 900 AM in Philadelphia. For four and a half years he brought critical awareness of political science to the community at large. He hosted and produced “Civil Alert” on WNJC 1360 AM in New Jersey. At this time, he also published a newspaper, “Civil Alert,” that highlighted current events and articles related to the urban community.
Sabir’s radio career flourished and on WKDU 91.7 FM in Philadelphia he produced Hip Hop after Midnight, a show designed to bring balance between Hip Hop and Rap back to the air waves. Touring with Krs One and gaining more knowledge on Hip Hop, he joined the Temple of Hip Hop. Sabir toured with AfrikaBambaataa acquiring greater insight into Hip Hop and now serves as a Minister of Recruitment for the Universal Zulu Nation under the direction of Bambaataa.
The films Sabir created include, “The Truth is No Joke” featuring comedian Tommy Davidson, “The History of Noble Drew Ali” co-produced with Mel Jackson, and “The Nicene Council of Hip Hop,” co-producedwith Norris Francis of TurtleGang Edutainment.
Currently, Sabir is featured in the documentary Hidden Colors. He lectures at Shades of Africa in Corona, California and hosts a radio show on Urban Soul Radio in Lakewood, California.
Nov. 4th, 2013 4:00 PM
1 hs 57 mins
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