Avatar Revisited: A Historical and Cultural Analysis
An analysis of the most financially successful film in history as viewed through the historical and cultural lens of African and Native American people. This publication also includes a critique of Avatar and the film industry from a technological, theatrical, sociological, psychological and spiritual perspective.
From The Browder File, Vol. II: Survival Strategies for Africans in America$20.00
A compilation of essays that detail thirteen steps necessary to achieve and maintain a state of freedom and stability within American society. Each step provides guidelines for the knowledge contained within the text.
Finding Karakhamun: The Collaborative Rediscovery of A Lost Tomb$12.00
An account of the excavation of the 2700 year-old tomb of Karakhamun, a 25th dynasty priest. The tomb was discovered in 2006 on the west bank of Luxor, Egypt and the excavation is funded by the ASA Restoration Project