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Chapter 19 How Africa Became Black
Transcript of Chapter 19 How Africa Became Black
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.
From the divisions came 6 languages
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
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