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Q. What is the forced control of one nation by another nation called?. A. Colonialism. Q. What is empire building by taking over other countries’ government’s trade, and culture. . A. Imperialism . Q. Can you give an example of European/African Imperialism? . A. Belgium and The Congo .
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Q. What is the forced control of one nation by another nation called?
Q. What is empire building by taking over other countries’ government’s trade, and culture.
Q. Can you give an example of European/African Imperialism?
A. Belgium and The Congo
Q. Why did the European Powers want to establish colonies in Africa?
A. To expand their empires and control Africa’s wealth of natural resources
Q. What was the series of meetings held by European nations, that discussed how to divide Africa’s land even though Africa’s rulers not in attendance.
A. The Berlin Conference of 1884
Q. What were the effects on Africa and its people due to the Berlin Conference?
A. (+) End of slave trade, new roads, schools, modern technology and health care
A. (-) Split up cultures and forced others together. Stole wealth of natural resources. Killed Millions of Africans. Made artificial or political boundaries that are still a source of contention to this day.
Who were the European colonial powers that took control of the African tribes land and their way of life?
_______________ is the idea that there is a global African community made up of native Africans and the descendants of African slaves and migrants across the world.
“Homelands” for blacks; Homelands were poor, crowded areas far away from the cities.
Black South Africans could only leave their homeland if they were going to work for a white person.
The shanty towns became centers for black groups who resisted the white government.
Homelands often did not have running water or electricity and very over crowed schools.
Most black men had to leave their homeland to find work in mines or factories.
Blacks forced to carry passes at all times or else could result in imprisonment.
Thousands resisted apartheid by refusing to work, refusing to buy white products, going into “white only” areas, and marching in nonviolent demonstrations.
Sanctions are when nations refuse to trade with another country in hopes that economic pressure will force the country to change its policies.