Egypt on the Potomac: A Guide to Decoding Egyptian Architecture and Symbolism in Washington, D.C.
A detailed accounting of the efforts of America’s Masonic Founding Fathers to re-create the symbolism and philosophy of Egypt in their new capital. This print edition of the Egypt on the Potomac Field Trip is supported by a study guide and video.
Avatar Revisited: A Historical and Cultural Analysis$10.00
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.
Reflections of My First Trip to Africa$15.00In this book, the adult Atlantis Browder takes a look back on the first collaborative effort between herself and her father Anthony. This book reflects on the experiences of 7-year-old Atlantis Browder during her first trip to Egypt and subsequent trips over the next three decades. Atlantis’s reflections provide youth with a clearer understanding of ancient Egypt and its relationship to modern America. Share this book with the young people in your life.$15