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Sub-Saharan Africa 2

Sub-Saharan Africa: History & Culture

TermDefinition
Imperialism the practice of extending a nation's influence by controlling other territories
Domestic Policy Government plans within a country
Transportation Corridor routes to easily move people and goods from place to place
Literacy Rate percentage of people who can read
Lingua Fanca a common language between multiple groups of people
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade trading of slaves across the Atlantic Ocean
Modernization the development of policies and actions designed to bring a country up to world standards in technology and other areas
City-states independent states made up of a city and the territories depending on it
Griots traditional storytellers
Ethnic Group groups of people who share a common culture, language, and sometimes racial heritage
Created by: nickee2209