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History 13-3

Guided Reading- African Society and Culture

Why do people across Africa share some common ideas and customs? People all across African share some common ideas and customs because of the Banta migrations that spread them and their customs.
What formed the basis of African society? The African family formed the basis of the African society.
How did storytelling play a part in the education of African children? Storytelling played a part in the education of African children by oral history and that the stories contained lessons.
What are the names of two female African rulers? Queen Dahiaal- Kahina and Quin Nzinga are the names of the two female African rulers.
What kind of slavery did the Quran not allow? Muslims couldn't enslave other Muslims.
What did Europeans have enslaved Africans do? Work in the fields to do the hard labor of harvesting sugarcane, cotton, and grapes. They later enslaved people in America to harvest tobacco and cotton.
What is the African Diaspora? When you spread their customs and religion.
How did religion affect African art? Their ceremonies included masks and they used art in culture.
How did Africans use dancing? To let the spirits express themselves through the people that are dancing.
How has African history and culture remained alive today? Due to 3 things... Storyteller, art, and music.
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