Monday, April 7, 2008
Through the historical march around the big national war museum;
We shall know and appreciate our heroes past.
We shall understand the events that took place during the pre-colonial, colonial and post colonial era.
We shall know and learn the mistakes of our past leaders.
We shall re-attune ourselves with the course of our history in order to build a more united, dignified, respected and prosperous Nigeria.
Join over 800 concerned Nigerian youths to pledge the pledge with the hope of pledging to success. Register now and be part of this event.
Concerned Nigerian Youth Action (CONYA)
30 Obiora Road,
Aba, Abia State,
Thursday, April 3, 2008
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
ANCIENT EGYPT (KEMET)
May 31 - June 14, 2008
$3299 (all inclusive) from New York
Personally escorted by
PROF. MANU AMPIM
(experienced tour guide & leading historian of Africana Studies)
Registration deadline: April 7, 2008
FULL TRIP ITINERARY & REGISTRATION FORM
-All tips, taxes, and porterage
-International airfare & domestic travel in Egypt
-Deluxe hotel accommodations & two meals per day
-Entrance fees to over 40 sites & monuments
-CD on "Documenting Your Travel Experiences"
-On-site and evening presentations by Prof. Ampim
-Unique Field research training
-Optional 5 units college credit
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS (LAND OF THE PHARAOHS):
We will visit...
-The great pyramids of Giza & the Great Sphinx (Heru-em-akhet), which
is the most well-known statue in the world.
-The ancient capital city of Memphis and the extensive monuments
of Sakkara, including the Tomb of Ptah-Hotep, author of the oldest
surviving book in the world.
-The massive Dahshure & Meidum pyramids, and the Mastaba of
Ra-Hotep & Nofret, whose famous statues in the Cairo Museum
are forgeries according to Prof. Ampim in his book, _Modern Fraud_.
-The Egyptian Museum with its renowned collection of well-preserved
-The temples of Luxor and Karnak, which constitute one of the largest
open-air museums in the world.
- The famous Valley of the Kings/Queens and Noble Tombs, including
the Tomb of King Tutankhamen & the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
-The ancient city of the tomb builders, Deir el-Medina.
-The Luxor Museum & the Nubian Museum in Aswan.
-The Dendera, Edfu, and Abydos temples
-The Noble Tombs in Aswan & the temples of Pharaoh Ramses II /
Queen Nefertari at Abu Simbel.
- The ancient Workmen's Village of Deir el Medina
-The Nubian village tour
- and much more...
Registration deadline: April 11, 2008
Prof. Manu Ampim is a leading primary researcher and historian
on African & African American history and culture. He has written two
books, conducted pioneering first-hand research in 18 countries, and
has taken eight educational tours to Egypt and Central America. He
has also conducted extensive field work in Egypt and Sudan over the
past 18 years. Ampim is currently an professor of history and Africana
Studies at Contra Costa College and Merritt College in northern CA,
and host of the popular internet radio program, Africana Studies on
FOR MORE INFO:
Prof. Manu Ampim
Director, Advancing the Research
TOUR REGISTRATION & PAYMENT:
Consolidated Tours Organization, Inc.
1675 Virginia Avenue, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30337
SPLENDORS OF THE NILE: AN AFRICAN HERITAGE EDUCATIONAL
ESCORTED BY DR. RUNOKO RASHIDI
July 5 - 19, 2008
$3195.00 double occupancy from New York City
A $300.00 non-refundable deposit reserves your space
Saturday July 5 -- Evening departure on Egypt Air to
Sunday July 6 -- Afternoon arrival at Cairo
International Airport and transfer to our five star
hotel. Group orientation, then the balance of the day
devoted to shopping and relaxation.
Monday, July 7 -- Dr. Rashidi's first lecture and
than a ull day on the Giza Plateau visiting the
exciting Giza Pyramids and Great Sphinx, the Solar
Boat, optional camel ride. Dinner at restaurant.
Overnight in hotel.
Tuesday July 8 -- Second lecture by Dr. Rashidi. After
breakfast transfer to the pyramid fields and temples
of Sakkara, Egypt. Visit the Step
Pyramid designed by multi-genius Imhotep, Zoser's
Pyramid Enclosure, King Teti's pyramid chamber, the
Tomb of Ptah Hotep and the Imhotep Museum. Transfer
to the ancient city of Memphis and see the enormous
statues of Ramses the Great. Enjoy lunch in Sakkara
and then visit a carpet school.
Wednesday July 9 -- Morning lecture by Dr. Rashidi
then transfer to the fabulous Egyptian Museum. After
the Egyptian Museum visit the perfume bazaar and then
lunch. Afternoon visit to Old Cairo. Take the night
train to Luxor, Egypt. Dinner aboard the train.
Thursday July 10 -- Early morning arrival in Luxor, in
Upper Egypt, then transfer to our five star hotel.
Morning orientation and lecture by Dr. Rashidi then
transfer to the Valley the Queens, Tombs of the
Nobles, the Medinet Habu mortuary temple complex, and
the Ramesseum mortuary temple. Lunch and then an
afternoon visit to the Luxor Museum. Dinner and
overnight at hotel in Luxor. Luxor is Dr. Rashidi's
favorite place in Egypt and contains an estimated
eighty percent of the all of the monuments of Ancient
Friday July 11 -- Full day drive through the
Egyptian countryside to visit the exquisite temples of
Hathor at Dendera and Seti I and Ramses II at Abydos.
Dinner and overnight in hotel in Luxor.
Saturday July 12 -- Morning lecture by Dr. Rashidi
then check into our cruise ship for four exciting days
and nights on the Nile! All meals served on board
ship. Proceed to the east bank of the Nile for a
never to be forgotten tour of the Luxor and Karnak
temples. Overnight aboard cruise ship.
Sunday July 13 -- After breakfast proceed to the west
bank of the Nile. Visit the Valley of the Kings and
Hatshepsut's splendid mortuary temple. Visit an
alabaster factory. Visit the Colossi of Memnon. Sail
to Edfu. Lunch and dinner aboard the ship.
Monday July 14 -- Breakfast aboard cruise ship then
visit the temple of Horus at Edfu and sail to Kom
Ombo. Lunch during cruise and then visit the Kom Ombo
temple before sailing to Aswan. Overnight and dinner
aboard cruise ship.
Tuesday July 15 -- Breakfast, lecture by Dr. Rashidi
and then visit the High Dam and the Unfinished
Obelisk. Balance the day at leisure.
Wednesday July 16 -- After breakfast check out of our
cruise ship and check into our five star hotel in
Aswan. Visit the magnificent temples on Philae Island
and take a boat ride on the Nile.
Thursday July 17 -- Early morning bus ride south to
the stupendous temples at Abu Simbel and then visit
the Nubian Museum in Aswan. Take the night train from
Aswan to Cairo.
Friday July 18 -- Early morning arrival at Cairo
rail station and transfer for a full day of sight
seeing in Alexandria. Return to Giza to our five star
hotel. Evening farewell dinner.
Saturday July 19 -- Early morning transfer to airport
and departure to JFK. End of a joyous trip!
Contact and make checks payable to:
Casablanca Travel and Tours
Phone: 202-337 0800
Fax: 202 318 1088
1-800 - MAGHREB
1-800 - 624 - 4732
Address in USA:
Casablanca Travel and Tours
3029 M Street NW Suite # 202
Washington DC 20007
Come to the Nile Valley with us!
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Black President Doesn't Equal Black Power!
Fundraising event with Andrew Mwangura, labor union organizer and journalist from Kenya
In Kenya, the recent elections were stolen and the country erupted in rebellion.
Come to this fundraising event and hear trade union leader Andrew Mwangura tell how white power uses a black president there to oppress our people!
Tuesday, April 15th 7:00pm
Uhuru Solidarity Center
3733 Lancaster Ave, West Philly
#10 Trolley from City Hall
Sponsored by the African People's Socialist Party and the Uhuru Solidarity Movement
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March 26 - Life and Death Is In the Power of the Tongue
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April 2nd - Colon Cleansing The First Step
THE SECRETS TO "WAIST" MANAGEMENT
April 9th - WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN WEIGHTING FOR?
MIND OVER FATTER @1992
YOUR QUESTIONS - THE ANSWERS
April 16th - The Benefits of Detoxification and Fasting
A STRAIGHT FLUSH BEATS A FULL HOUSE ANY DAY
April 23rd - A.I.D.S - Animals In Digestive System
The Pros and Cons of a Vegetarian/Vegan Lifestyle
April 30th- EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUES
LEARN THE BENEFITS OF TAPPING INTO YOUR POWER
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