UNIT 2 Africa History Study Game

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UNIT 2 Africa History Study Game. Europe’s need for Raw Materials led to what?. The “Scramble for Africa”?. What is the term given to a country that builds an empire by conquering colonies to provide raw materials for a stronger country?. Imperialism.
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UNIT 2 Africa History Study GameEurope’s need for Raw Materials led to what?The“Scramble for Africa”?What is the term given to a country that builds an empire by conquering colonies to provide raw materials for a stronger country?ImperialismDuring the 1950’s and 1960’s most African countries experienced what?? Political Independence from the European Powers Apartheid is comes from the Afrikaans language meaning what? “Separateness”Under apartheid, black South Africans were forced to do what?? Live in homelands and use separate facilitiesWhat movement’s purpose is to develop a unified Africa?? The Pan-African MovementWhat was the Berlin Conference?The meeting of the European powers to decide how to divide up AfricaWhy did Europeans build empires in Africa?Europeans wanted the natural resources found there, and to expand their empires.What is the purpose Pan-Africanism today?
  • Development of a unified political identity in Africa
  • What was Nelson Mandela’s role in the evolution of Apartheid in South Africa?He worked to abolish ApartheidWere black South Africans allowed to vote in political elections? NOWhat is genocide?The preplanned murder of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group.What was the main consequence of EUROPEAN COLONIZATION?Poverty and a lack of economic development in AfricaAfricans need to control their own governments and resources led to what? The nationalist movements and independence from European Powers._____________has infected more than 30,000 people in Sub-Saharan Africa?HIV/AIDSWhat are all of the characteristics of the political instability in Africa since independence?Government corruption, civil wars, poverty, and revolutions.Military type of governments have ruled __________for most of its post-colonial history?NigeriaApartheid is the Afrikaans word that means what?“Separateness”A refugee is a person(s) that has to do what???Flee their home for safety.The Portuguese were the first ____________in Africa.Slave TradersWars fought between opposing sides within a single nation are what type of conflict?
  • A Civil War.
  • What two factors resulted in a very small population growth in South AfricaPoverty and HIV/AIDSWho was F.W. De Klerk?The white president who helped bring an end to apartheid in South AfricaGhana was known as __________ before it was renamed after its independence from Great Britain. The Gold Coast What is Pan-Africanism?It is a movement that stresses all black Africans must see themselves as one people.Malaria, one of the leading causes of death on the African continent, is spread how? The disease is spread by mosquitoes During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, what was the term, “Scramble for Africa” used to describe?The European Powers race to colonize the African Continent. What has contributed to the political instability ofAfrica since its independence?Government corruption, civil wars, poverty, and revolutionsWhat rights were removed under Apartheid?
  • Race Mixing
  • Free Travel
  • Voting
  • Free Speech
  • Mandela was the leader of what organization which led to his 27 year imprisonment?The ANC or African National Congress What did the African nationalist movement fight for?INDEPENDENCEWhen it comes to HIV/AIDS in Africa, education and prevention would do what?Help in preventing the spread of the disease.When did most African countries experience political independence from the European Powers? During the 1950’s and 1960’s Why did Europeans build empires in Africa?Europeans wanted the natural resources found there, and to expand their empires.Development of a unified political identity in Africa is the purpose of what?
  • Pan-Africanism
  • Who’s work to abolish Apartheidin South Africa landed him in prison for 27 years?Nelson MandelaWhat was The meeting of the European powers to decide how to divide up Africa?The Berlin ConferenceTrue or False, under apartheid, black South Africans were allowed to vote in political elections FalseWhat is Genocide?The preplanned murder of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group Poverty and a lack of economic development in Africa is a consequence of what?EUROPEAN COLONIZATIONWhy did Africans want independence from European powers?They wanted control of their own governments and resources.HIV/AIDS has infected more than 30,000 people in what part of Africa?Sub-SaharanWhat type of government has ruled Nigeria for most of its post-colonial history?Military RegimesThe Afrikaans word that means, “separateness” is what?APARTHEIDGovernment corruption, civil wars, poverty, and revolutions are all characteristics of what?The political instability of Africa since independence.What is a person(s) called that has to flee their home for safety called?REFUGEEWho were the first slave traders in Africa?The Portuguese The war between the Hutu and the Tutsi can best be described as what type of conflict?
  • An Ethnic Conflict.
  • Who was the president who helped bring an end to apartheid in South AfricaFrederick W. De KlerkThe country known as the Gold Coast was renamed to ______________ after its independence from Great Britain. GHANAMovement that stressed all black Africans must see themselves as one peoplePan-AfricanismWhat is the disease that is spread by mosquitoes and is quickly becoming one of the leading causes of death on the African continent. Malaria During the late 19th and early 20th centuries European powers raced to colonize the African continent, this became known as…..“Scramble for Africa”What was the purpose for the “Scramble for Africa”?European need for Raw MaterialsGovernment corruption, civil wars, poverty, and revolutions have all contributed to what?Political instability since African Independence What rights were removed under Apartheid?
  • Race Mixing
  • Free Travel
  • Voting
  • Free Speech
  • Under imperialism, a country must do what to build a stronger country?Conquer colonies to provide raw materialsMandela was president of what organization that worked to end Apartheid?The ANC or African National Congress What did the African nationalist movement fight for?INDEPENDENCEWhen it comes to preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa, what would be the most helpful?Education and Prevention.What forced black South Africans to Live in homelands and use separate facilities?ApartheidPoverty and AIDS/HIV resulted in what for South Africa?A very small population growth.What is the Afrikaans word for separateness?“Apartheid”
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