"Racial understanding, racial sympathy, is the key to permanent WORLD PEACE." – J.A. Rogers, Sex & Race Vol. 1 (1952)
day 13 in Egypt: we originally wanted to go to Abydos and Edfu to see the temples there, but Luxor has worn us out, so for our last two days here, we decided to take it easy and enjoy the pools at the hotel instead. today, we visited the Luxor Museum, which was much smaller than The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, but still full of rich artifacts from the ancient world which undisputedly prove that the ancient Egyptians were black.
Since we didn’t pay for a photo pass, we couldn’t take pictures. We got in trouble with one of the head guys in charge when he caught us taking pictures after one of the workers said we could [he later asked us for money of course]. Here are some of the pics I deleted.