The Dark Side of Egypt Nobody talks About is a video about Traveling to Cairo Egypt and why my experience visiting this country was very difficult. I explore the Egyptian Museum, the Pyramids of Giza, The river Nile and the Khan el-Khalili. The Egyptian Government has made it very difficult for tourists to experience Egypt easily, which is evident from most of the online videos. I hope this changes in the future.
Catalyze action through the power of storytelling and Climate Educator solutions to amplify Climate Education. The main takeaway from the session is how we can leverage from diverse power of Storytellers and Climate Innovators to achieve Climate Education for All.
https://youtu.be/eP2COKGtub0 I live in Israel, and honestly I wouldn’t even recommend coming here as a domestic worker. We are working on making sure your rights would be protected, but you have no guarantees unless you have connections with enough money to protect you. There are many people who have been brought up with colonialist or…
https://youtu.be/ZO45S2si7cQ Dr. Walter Williams gives a brief history of Judeo-Christian religions, how they were formed, why they were formed, who formed them, and how the formation of the religions affected African people. The Europeans invaded Africa, took the religions, and brought it back to their people in their image and translations. They portrayed the religions…
Queen Elizabeth II, British Colonialism, Hundreds of Years of Slavery & NO REPARATIONS’; Britain paid Reparations to 46,000 Slave owners; Jamaica demands Reparations – ‘The African History Network Show’ with Michael Imhotep 9-8-22
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee8U-mOrO3c[/embed] The Mohammed Ali’s reign in Egypt increased the involvement of Europeans in Egypt economy.The British and the French were the leading Europeans that practically Influenced Egypt’s economy. [su_button url="https://youtu.be/ee8U-mOrO3c" target="blank" style="soft" background="#BF4D28" size="10" icon="icon: film" text_shadow="1px 1px 1px #000000"]Watch on YouTube[/su_button]
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