A collection of essays focusing on various aspects of African American history, culture, food, politics, diet, religion and hair. A veritable feast for a hungry mind.
11-year-old Atlantis Browder recounts her experiences during a 15-day study tour to Senegal, The Gambia, Ghana and Ivory Coast. The final chapter explores the significant relationships between Africans and African Americans.
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.
In 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.