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Africa’s Relationship with Europe
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A 3 page paper outlining the course of relations of Europe and Africa, from initial inquiry to the “Middle Passage,” to colonization and eventually freedom. Virtually all sea-faring European nations took a turn at Africa. The path of decolonization followed a pattern common among colonies gaining their independence from a foreign power. Those in leadership positions initially looked to the occupying power for assistance, then for freedom and self-determination. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSafricaEurHis.rtf

African “AIDS Orphans”
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This 10 page paper explores the plight of the African “AIDS orphans,” children who have been orphaned by the death of their parents from AIDS. These children face significant difficulties not faced by other children who are orphaned in other ways. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVaidsor.rtf

African Civilizations
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A 5 page research paper that discusses the lost glories of African civilization. The writer argues that Europeans had to construct the myth that Africans were uncivilized savages in order to justify the African slave trade with the tenets of Christianity and that, in reality, Africans civilizations produced great scholarship and art. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 99blkciv.rtf

African Globalization in Appiah and Diawara
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A five page paper looking at the challenge of the modernization of Africa as discussed by Manthia Diawara in his "In Search of Africa" and Kwarme Anthony Appiah in "In My Father's House." The paper concludes that while Diawara advocates Westernizing the African continent and its people, Appiah celebrates its uniquely African voice. No additional sources.
Filename: KBafrica.wps


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