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The African Culture

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Natasha Bell

on 29 October 2015

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Transcript of The African Culture

African Timeline
1. Sweet Grass Baskets
2. African Clothes
3. Masks (voodoo)
4. African Dancing
5. African Dishes
The African culture is infused with the American culture in many ways. The cultures are mixed together through arts, food, festivals, and even movies. The Harlem Renaissance was a great event the occurred through the 1920s and the middle of the 1930s. This was a time when black writers, artists, musicians, photographers, poets, and scholars were drawn to Harlem , NY (which was know as the culture center of the time) . Some of Hollywood's most famous actresses are of African descent. Halle Berry from X-Men and The Last Man, Paula Patton from Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, and Keke Palmer from the new hit TV series on Fox called Scream Queens and the movie Abducted. Most of us are so used to the American way, that we don't know that others cultures are infused with our own.
Does it clash?
Worlds Combined !
African Collage
The African Culture

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How is the African
Culture Infused
with the American Culture?
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20 Africans arrived in Virginia as the first black slaves.
- Massachusetts was the first colony to legalize slavery by statute.
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First documented slave rebellion.
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First formal antislavery resolution.
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The Cato revolt occurred.

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Vermont was the first state to abolish slavery
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federal law prohibiting the importation of African slaves went into effect.
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The African Methodist Episcopal Church was organized at the 1st independent black denomination in the U.S.
- Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery.
- The Emancipation Proclamation freed all slaves in states in rebellion against the U.S.
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The 13th Amendment, outlawing slavery, was passed by Congress.
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By: Natasha Bell
The African culture and American culture do clash because of differences in language and religion. The people in the Americas usually speak the one language of English, whereas the people in Africa can speak a number of exotic languages. In Africa, women can still be forced into marriage at a young age because it is part of their culture. Here in America, that sort of thing is not in practice. You marry who you wish. There are so many discrepancies between the two cultures, that it is hard to believe that they are connected.
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