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Chapter 19 How Africa Became Black

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on 6 October 2015

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Transcript of Chapter 19 How Africa Became Black

Jared Diamond's book, titled "Guns, Germs, and Steel" tries to answer why history has developed in the way that it has. This definitely ties into Chapter 19 - in the way it explains why the ancient people of Africa were so diverse and wide spread. An example of this are the Bantu people, and their farming and animal domestication techniques. This advancement in farming and animal domestication allowed them to spread across a large part of Africa, and claim large areas of land from other groups, such as the Khoisan and Pygmies of Africa.
Blacks occupy South Sahara and sub-Sahara Africa, and they speak mostly non Bantu and Bantu versions of the Niger-Congo languages
Guns, Germs, and Steel Ch.19
The Question of the Chapter
How did Africa become black?
It began with 5 divisions.
African Blacks
(Bantu)
African Asians
From the divisions came 6 languages
African Whites
African Khoisan
African Pigmies
A group of Africans called the Bantu began taking over Africa from 3000 BC to 500 AD - due to the development of superior plant and animal domestication.


Africa has a high diversity of people and languages due to its diverse geography and long prehistory
North Africans resemble whites from the Middle East and Europe, and they mostly speak Afro-Asiatic languages
Our perspective of Chapter 19
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Thea
Jared
Grayson
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