Anthony T. Browder, who grew up in Chicago and now resides in Maryland, is a graduate of Howard University's College of Fine Arts and is the founder and director of the Institute of Karmic Guidance which disseminates ancient Egyptian history and metaphysics. He is the author and publisher of 4 major works: " From the Browder File - 22 Essays on the African American Experience " Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization " My first trip to Africa " Africa on my mind - reflections of my second trip He co-authored the latter 2 books with his young daughter, Atlantis Ty-E. Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization examines in detail, the ancient history of the Nile Valley. This book not only stimulates an interest in Ancient African History, but is also a useful learning tool in classrooms, study groups, and homes. A 64 page workbook accompanies this monumental publication. With special attention and consideration for the United African Movement, Anthony Browder organized a series of African-centered Tours of Washington DC, which emphasized Nile Valley contributions to these historic sites such as the Washington Monument, The White House, The Lincoln Memorial, The Library of Congress, The Capitol, Lafayette Park, Scottish Rite Temple, Meridian Hill Park and L'Enfant Plaza.