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Frederick Monderson is a retired college professor and school teacher who taught African History in the City University of New York and American History and Government in the NY public schools. He has written more than 600 articles in the NY Black Press, Daily Challenge, Afro Times and New American newspapers. Very active in community service he has also written several books on Egypt including Seven Letters to Mike Tyson on Egyptian Temples, 10 Poems Praising Great Blacks for Mike Tyson, Where are the Kamite Kings? Hatshepsut?s Temple at Deir el Bahari, Medinet Habu: Mortuary Temple of Rameses III, The Holy Land: A Novel on Egypt, Egypt Essays on Ancient Kemet, Temple of Karnak: The Majestic Architecture of Ancient Kemet, The Ramesseum: Mortuary Temple of Rameses II, The Colonnade: Then and Now, Reflections on Ancient Kemet and Glory of the Ancestors: 19 Letters to O.J. Simpson on Ancient African History. A student of the esteemed Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan, Dr. Monderson conducts tours to Egypt annually.