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.
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.
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.