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African Independence Movements
 · PDF 檔案African Independence Movements (cont.) Marcus Garvey, a Jamaican living in Harlem, wanted to unite all Africans under a movement called Pan-Africanism. Section 2 •Jomo Kenyatta was educated in Great Britain and argued that colonial rule was peoples of
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Independence Movements in Africa
 · PDF 檔案Independence Movements in Africa! C=Change came through peaceful and violent revolutions ! Place Development ! West Africa Peaceful transition ! Algeria fought war with France ! Kenya violent struggle with Britain, led by Kenyatta
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South Africa: 1990s brought a return to democracy in many of the African countries and the end of apartheid system in South Africa. African National Congress formed. There was a trade restriction with South Africa to force the apartheid to be forgotten.
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Harsh system of laws imposed in 1948 and designed to keep races separate Instituted by Afrikaner National Party in 1948 (dedicated to quashing any move toward black independence)Created i n name of preventing the rise of unified liberation movements 87% of South African land was for white residents, remaining areas designated as homelands for black and any colored citizens
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The Institutional Legacy of African Independence Movements

 · PDF 檔案The Institutional Legacy of African Independence Movements∗ Leonard Wantchekon† Omar García-Ponce‡ April 29, 2011 Abstract We investigate the long-term effect of the geography of anti-colonial insurgencies (c.1900-1960) on the nature of current democratic
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Learning by Ear “Once upon a time in Africa” Episode 9: “INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENTS”

 · PDF 檔案Learning by Ear – African History – Episode 9 – Independence Movements 3 First Scene: At the yard next to the house. SFX: June weeping, mother consoling her. In the background: chicken
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African Independence Movements Graphic Organizer …

This African Independence Movements Graphic Organizer is suitable for 6th – 8th Grade. In this African independence movement worksheet, students respond to 6 short answer questions that accompany a reading selection featuring Uganda, Guinea, Kenya, and Ghana. Students also complete a graphic organizer based on the selection.
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Amílcar Cabral: On Taking Arms, Theory, Poetry, and …

 · In 1956, Cabral was one of the founders of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGS). He headed the PAIGS in his own country against Portuguese colonialism, leading his people to one of the most successful anti-colonialism movements on the African continent and eventually becoming the de facto leader of today’s Guinea-Bissau.
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The Challenges African States Faced at Independence

 · When African states gained their independence from European colonial empires, they faced numerous challenges starting with their lack of infrastructure. Inexperienced Leadership At Independence, there were several presidents, like Jomo Kenyatta, had several decades of political experience, but others, like Tanzania’s Julius Nyerere, had entered the political fray just years before independence.
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African Independence timeline
Central African Repbulic Independence Under French control as of 1905 Ubangi-Chari became the Central African Repbulic on December 1, 1958. When independence was proclaimed on August 13, 1960, David Dacko, cousin of national hero Barthelemy Boganda, was propelled to …
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1952 Revolution transformed Egypt, guided African …

 · 1952 Revolution transformed Egypt, guided African independence movements: Al-Sisi Current threats to Egypt’s national security make us more eager to …