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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
    • During 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?? Live in homelands and use separate facilities
    • What’s purpose is to develop a unified Africa?? The Pan-African Movement
    • What was the Berlin Conference? The meeting of the European powers to decide how to divide up Africa
    • Why 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 Apartheid
    • Were black South Africans allowed to vote in political elections? NO
    • What 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 Africa
    • Africans 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/AIDS
    • What 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? Nigeria
    • Apartheid 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 Traders
    • Wars 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 Africa Poverty and HIV/AIDS
    • Who was F.W. De Klerk? The white president who helped bring an end to apartheid in South Africa
    • Ghana 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 19 th and early 20 th 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 of Africa since its independence? Government corruption, civil wars, poverty, and revolutions
    • What 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? INDEPENDENCE
    • When 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 Apartheid in South Africa landed him in prison for 27 years? Nelson Mandela
    • What was The meeting of the European powers to decide how to divide up Africa? The Berlin Conference
    • True or False, under apartheid, black South Africans were allowed to vote in political elections False
    • What 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 COLONIZATION
    • Why 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-Saharan
    • What type of government has ruled Nigeria for most of its post-colonial history? Military Regimes
    • The Afrikaans word that means, “separateness” is what? APARTHEID
    • Government 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? REFUGEE
    • Who 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 Africa Frederick W. De Klerk
    • The country known as the Gold Coast was renamed to ______________ after its independence from Great Britain. GHANA
    • Movement that stressed all black Africans must see themselves as one people Pan-Africanism
    • What 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 19 th and early 20 th 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 Materials
    • Government 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 materials
    • Mandela was president of what organization that worked to end Apartheid? The ANC or African National Congress
    • What did the African nationalist movement fight for? INDEPENDENCE
    • When 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? Apartheid
    • Poverty and AIDS/HIV resulted in what for South Africa? A very small population growth.
    • What is the Afrikaans word for separateness? “ Apartheid”