Black History is every day, not just February, according to students in WE WIN Institute’s Rites of Passage programs. The elders from Booth Manor, a senior high-rise downtown Minneapolis, were enlightened about the rich African history, by 30 students from WE WIN. The theme of the program was, From Africa to America. The students narrated the African quest from its beginnings in ancient Egypt: how their ancestors invented and built the pyramids. They informed the elders about the first African doctor, Imhotep, who is not only recognized as the real ’Father of Medicine’ but also as the first architect and engineer of ancient times. Imhotep was the creator of the Pyramid of Djoser, popularly known as the Stairstep Pyramid, in which we find architectural techniques that are still in use like columns, stone walling, flooring, lintels, and jambs.