was skeptical when I saw the speaker was white, but as he spoke, the
knowledge and documented evidence was so powerful. Dr. Freeman's
passion was captivating..."
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WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS DVD PRESENTATION Presentation is 123 minutes.
Total content of DVD, with Extra Features is over 3.5 hours!
* Visual &Verbal Tour
Of Ancient Black History
* Understand the Significance Of Rosetta Stone
And The Middle Passage
* 7 Tactics Employed In Blotting Out Historical
* What’s Up With The Cover-Up?
* What Does A White Man Have To Say About
* How Joel Freeman met co-author, Don Griffin.
* What Is The Jewish / African Connection?
* Racism And The Grieving
* Tools For Mutual Respect, Dialogue & Hope
* A Message For Those Who Are Not Of African
* Ancient Wisdom From The Prophet Isaiah
* Secrets Of Human Origin Uncovered By DNA.
* How, When And Why Did Blacks Diminish In
* What Would Motivate A White Man To Be
Interested In Black History?
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It's 1822. Great ships are
lurching on ocean waves, packed with a terrified mixture of African
men, women and children. Their destination? The New World and its
gut-wrenching horrors of slavery. Thousands of miles away, the now
famed Rosetta Stone has finally given up ancient secrets that had
been locked away within its hieroglyphics for almost 20 centuries.
The Slave Trade and the Rosetta Stone. What's the connection?
The mystery that ties these two seemingly unrelated world-changing
events together will forever alter the way you view world history.
And yet few historians even mention them in the same context. Is
this a coincidence or a cover-up? After reviewing the facts in this
video, you decide.
Join Dr. Joel Freeman as, after years of research, he takes you on a
spectacular tour of Ancient Egypt. Behold the faces of Akhenaton,
Imhotep, Tut, Queen Tiye and many other powerful African leaders.
Gaze into the eyes of the great Pharaoh, Tarharka (Tirhakah), who
during the 25th Egyptian Dynasty used his military might to help
Hezekiah, king of Israel, fight the Assyrians. Follow the story line
as ancient Biblical seers, Isaiah and Nahum, declare that the
Egyptians and Ethiopians were respected and feared due to their
unlimited powers. Learn what happened to the royalty of the Black
Come and walk with scholars and skeptics as this gripping video
highlights significant accomplishments of African people since the
dawn of civilization and exposes racist distortions of those
achievements. Finally, join people of all races in the vital process
of individual healing, hoping and cross-cultural understanding.
Dr. Freeman passionately presents this potentially explosive subject
in a most reasonable, logical manner, using powerful images and word
pictures. You just might be talking about this compelling,
consciousness-raising video presentation for years to come!
"When you hear
the truth out loud, it really hits home."
eye opening experience."
special meaning for me when I saw the facial features on statues
upheld as royalty."
I received this morning was stirring because he (Freeman) related
things that have long been accepted as fact and are supported by
irrefutable evidence, yet have been muddled up in history."
skeptical when I saw the speaker was white, but as he spoke, the
knowledge and documented evidence was so powerful. Dr. Freeman's
passion was captivating. All I want to do now is to share this
information with as many people as possible."
"This was the
best Black History presentation I have ever seen." (EEO
director of a government agency)
"The word 'truth-centric'
hits the nail on the head."
About Dr. Joel Freeman:
Accomplished author of five bestsellers in 22 languages.
Internationally sought-after speaker and trainer. Professional
counselor. Success coach to executives. Behavioral analyst.
Organizational culture change specialist. Off-key singer.
Multiculturally astute. Film maker. Photographer. Motivational consultant to
professional athletes. A student of history. Passionate about
dynamic, fun-filled excellence.
Listed in Marquis Who’s Who
in the World, Dr. Joel A. Freeman has served for 19 years as
mentor/chaplain for the NBA Washington Wizards (’79-’98). As
president of The Freeman Institute consulting firm, Freeman
facilitates many programs for leaders of other nations, government
agencies, music and entertainment industries, faith-based
organizations and corporations throughout the world. Joel, Shirley
and family of four reside in Maryland. Joel and co-author, Don
Griffin are available for speaking engagements. In
August, 2002 all
of the Kings and Queens of Africa were invited to attend a Pan
African Conference in Benin, West Africa. Dr. Freeman participated
in this event and is making a film about
the ancient Kingdoms of Africa.
The Freeman Institute Black History Collection has items such as:
Authentic, priceless slave ball, with handle (50 lb.) -- #3 written
on it, for "trouble-makers", manufactured late 1600s -- used on the
London-based slave ship, Henrietta
Marie, the oldest identifiable slave ship wreck in the world
(summer, 1700) ; featured in National Geographic's (August,
By one estimate Henrietta Marie’s
cargo grossed well over £3,000 (more than $400,000 today)
for the ship’s investors. Most of the captives were headed
for sugar plantations where they’d be worked to exhaustion,
many dying within five to ten years.
Sturdy and fast, The Henrietta
Marie traveled the infamous triangular trade route favored
by the slavers - from England to the Guinea coast, to the
Americas, then home again. Accounts relating to the
Henrietta Marie’s voyages were uncovered, as were the
names of her investors, captains, and wills of some of her
crew members. Artifacts found at the site proved
particularly helpful in creating a picture of shipboard life
and the practices of the slave trade.
2. Two Wedgwood jasperware black on white Anti-Slavery
medallions, with the bound slave on the front, and the words
"Am I Not A Man and A Brother?" around it.
Also, a rare 1800s antique bronze figure of man (6" high,
weighs 18 oz.) pictured in medallion.
3. One-of-a-kind signed letters/albums/contracts/sheet music from Nat King Cole, Dizzy
Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Louis Armstrong, B. B. King, Ethel Waters, Pearl
Bailey, Miles Davis, Fats Domino, Quincy Jones, Earl Hines, Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis, Jr.,
Grover Washington, Jr., Count Basie,
Mills Brothers, Ozzie Davis,
Lena Horne, Four Tops, Cicely Tyson, James Brown, Charlie
Pride, Bo Diddley, Bobby Blue and others...
4. A rare 1838 (third edition) copy of Phillis Wheatley's book,
"Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley, A Native African
and a Slave" -- Includes memoir, George
Washington's letter to Wheatley, preface by John Wheatley,
plus poems by another slave, George Moses Horton, with
introduction and letters. And also the 1773 edition of the
Gentleman's Magazine -- first published mention of Phillis
Wheatley's book, first printed in the UK, paid for by the
Countess of Huntingdon.
5. Silver Civil War locket (1860s), containing two tin-type pictures
of African American women, worn by an African American
6. The Rosetta Stone, a First Edition 55-page
article in Archaeologia: Miscellaneous
Tracts Relating to Antiquity, Volume XVI, published by The
Society of Antiquaries of London. 1812. Some of the first
published articles about the Rosetta Stone. This is historic
in light of the fact that the code to Hieroglyphics wasn't
cracked until 1822 by Jean Champollion.
7. Riggs Bank check written and signed on July 3, 1907 by
Judson W. Lyons, ex-slave from Georgia and first
African-American lawyer to practice in the state of Georgia.
He was appointed Register of the US Treasury from 1898-1906
and as such, his signature appeared on US currency issued
during those years.
8. 1820s "T Porter" slave button (from Antigua, British West
Indies), used to identify the owner of a slave.
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