Join Us for an Enriching Virtual Journey into Ancient Africa

Explore the rich history and vibrant culture of the Ancient Kingdom of Nubia with Mocha Travel’s exclusive virtual session. Featuring distinguished educator and speaker Mr. Joseph Edelin, M.Ed., this live event is perfect for families eager to learn together, history enthusiasts, and travelers preparing for or interested in visiting Egypt.

Who Should Attend?

Families with Children: Introduce your kids to pivotal parts of African history with content that is engaging and easy to understand.

Travel Enthusiasts: Whether you’re planning a trip to Egypt or just love learning about new places, this session will provide valuable context to enhance your travel experience.

Educators and Students: Gain insights into significant yet often overlooked parts of world history that can enrich your teaching and studies.

What to Expect 

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Time: 7:30 PM EST
Location: Zoom (Register Here)


  • Introduction
  • Discussion led by Mr. Joseph Edelin: Dive into the histories of Nubia through the expert lens of Mr. Edelin, who brings over 20 years of educational experience and a passion for culturally relevant teaching.
  • Interactive Q&A: Have your questions answered in real-time and engage in a meaningful discussion with our guest speaker.

About Our Guest Speaker

Mr. Joseph Edelin, M.Ed. is a professional public speaker, and a veteran educator, with more than 20 years of combined experience as a public-school teacher, assistant principal, and educational consultant. The majority of Mr. Edelin’s career has been spent educating thousands of K-12 students in urban communities throughout the United States. To widen his impact, he also designs Afrocentric curriculum, coaches teachers, and facilitates workshops focused on culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy. Mr. Edelin is also the author of Through Our Own Eyes: A Journey Into African American History and Through Our Own Eyes: A Celebration of Black Women in History. Believing that education is the key to liberation, and a better life, Mr. Edelin has dedicated his career to ensuring that Black students are given the tools they need to secure their own freedom, through instruction that allows them to see themselves, their history, and their future in their education.  Learn more at Project Ujima

Join Us!

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of one of history’s great civilizations. Register here to secure your spot in this exciting virtual session. Whether you’re a history buff, a curious traveler, or a family looking for a unique learning experience, this session promises to be as enlightening as it is inspiring.

We look forward to exploring the rich tapestry of Nubian history with you!

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