A Black Man's Notes On Ancient Egypt

By Karl C. Pierce
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A Black Man’s Notes on Ancient Egypt is Karl C. Pierce’s personal study of his own black history from the beginning of mankind. Throughout the text, Pierce explores several familiar questions. Who were the early Humans? Where did they come from? What was the role of Africa and its people in the development of civilization? Why is Ancient Egypt so critical to this story? This story is unique, as it is not told from an academic viewpoint, but from that of a truth-seeking black man, intent on solidifying his own knowledge of his ancestors, to push-back on this narrative of blacks as savages promoted for hundreds of years by European scholars whose writings are designed to continue the hundreds of years of disenfranchisement of blacks.

About the Author

Karl C. Pierce grew up in Richmond, Ca. but lived his adult years in Oakland where he currently resides. He is the father of three adult daughters and the proud grandpa of two grandchildren. Pierce’s education and work history are both in the Architectural/Engineering/Planning (AEP) fields, and he is now happily retired. He holds a degree in Urban Studies from San Jose State University. He is also a former member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

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Published: 2023
Page Count: 108

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