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Africa Col. & Ind.

the people on a continent joining together to fight for their independence PanAfricanism
the people in a country joining together to fight for their independence nationalism
laws to keep black and white South Africans apart apartheid
when one country takes control over another country colonialism
Europeans drew borders that pushed together unfriendly ethnic and religious groups in Africa. What did this cause? civil war
Colonialism caused conflict in Africa. What did Africans and Europeans fight over? natural resources
Europeans divided up Africa. Europeans did not respect the borders of what groups? ethnic and religious
Europeans divided up Africa. Europeans did not respect the lands of the ethnic and religious groups. What did the Europeans create that Africans consider unfair or "fake"? country borders
Apartheid in South Africa was similar to what in the U.S.? segregation
What did BOTH nationalism and PanAfricanism fight for? independence
Today, how are whites and non-whites treated in South Africa? equally
Under aparthied who . . .(1) had to use different schools, hospitals, & restrooms (2)could not vote (3) were paid low wages? nonwhites
Created by: ham18950