Special Black History Month Screening: Egypt Uncovered
Saturday, February 24 10:00 am Main Library
Recent technological advances illuminates one of history’s most fascinating African cultures. Egypt Uncovered reveals newly discovered monuments to fallen kings and structures connected to the great pyramids, providing information about one of Africa’s greatest civilizations and documenting the black-African foundation of this civilization. The film shows how Egypt provided some of the earliest developments of writing, agriculture, urbanization, organized religion and centralized government. An informative discussion will be held following the screening.
Presented by Maplewood Library and NAACP Oranges and Maplewood Unit