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Africa Since WWII

Unit 11 - Africa Since World War II

Nationalist leader who changed the name of the Gold Coast to Ghana Kwame Nkrumah
Policy of strict racial separation in South Africa where the white minority ruled over the black majority Apartheid
Small plots of land in South Africa under apartheid that were very poor where blacks were relocated to. Homelands
Anti-apartheid leader who was imprisoned for 27 years. Became the symbol of the anti-apartheid movement and the 1st black president of South Africa. Nelson Mandela
Nationalist leader of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta
Movement for unity among all Africans. Pan-Africanism
Product that is grown for sale rather than for feeding the population (example: tobacco) cash crop
The spread of this disease has been a humanitarian and public health crisis in Africa (particularly South Saharan Africa) HIV/AIDS
Loyalty to one's tribe or ethnic group rather than to the nation (a reason for so much ethnic conflict in Africa) tribalism
Location of the genocide in 1994 where the Hutu majority slaughtered the Tutsi minority Rwanda
Region of the Sudan where African tribal groups were targeted by the janjaweed militias supported by the Arab government headquartered in Khartoum. Darfur
Organization in South Africa whose original purpose was to end apartheid African National Congress
Incident where South African police shot into a crowd of anti-pass protesters. Sharpeville massacre
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