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  1. Black Nationalism
  2. Maria Stewart
  3. Malcolm X
  4. Maafa
  5. Reconstruction
  6. Pan Africanism
  7. Julius Nyerere
  8. Everyday Resistance
  9. Gullah
  10. Accomodationist
  11. Phillis Wheatley
  12. Repatriation
  13. Martin Delaney
  14. Berlin Conference
  15. Psalm 68:31
  16. Frederick Douglas
  17. 13th Amendment
  18. W.E.B. Du Bois
  19. Mende
  20. Ethiopianism
  21. Haitian Revolution
  22. Mary McLeod Bethune
  23. Kinshasa
  24. Ida B. Wells
  25. Integration
  26. Toussaint L'Ouveture
  27. Tanzania
  28. Patrice Lumumba
  29. Tilden/Hayes Compromise of 1877
  30. Booker T. Washington
  31. Simon Green Atkins
  32. Sankofa
  33. Sierra Leone
  34. Africanisms
  35. Jean Jacques Dessailnes
  36. Martin Luther King
  37. Marcus Garvey
  38. Kimpa Vita
  39. Kongo
  40. Elijah Muhammed
  41. Democratic Republic of Congo
  42. Dar es Salaam
  43. Carter G. Woodson
  44. Kwame Nkrumah
  45. David Walker
  46. Kemet
  47. Reparations
  1. a (1817-1895) American abolitionist and writer, he escaped slavery and became a leading African American spokesman and writer. He published his biography, The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, and founded the abolitionist newspaper, the North Star.
  2. b Idea that black people should control their own communities
    self help, black power
  3. c Women activist who lead the lynching act
  4. d the capital of Tanzania
  5. e is a country who's capital is Dar es Salaam
    where wamabas family moved back to
  6. f United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952)
  7. g *tribe/ethnic group/people/nation in sierra leone
    *many gullah people claim they are descendants of the mende
    *western scholars used tribe as a negative connotation
    *many africans still refer to themselves as tribes
    * a subset of a larger group called the mande
  8. h - iconic leader of Civil Rights Movement. NAACP chose him to face of campaign b/c he had a respectable reputation: came from middle-class family, preacher, charismatic speake
  9. i A women who spoke out against slavery. She was also the first American woman to make public political speeches
  10. j go back to your past to go forward
  11. k uniting all black people ariund the world
    uniting all of africa under one government
  12. l 2nd African American to recieve his PHD from Harvard University, African-American historian, author, and journalist who founded Negro History Week which became Black History month
  13. m formerly Zaire , Congo was renamed this after Mobutu Sese Seko was overthrown
  14. n (1877) A unwritten deal that settled the intensely disputed 1876 U.S presidential election, and ended Reconstruction in the South.
  15. o where the gullah originated from, A country on the coast of West Africa, British West African colony, purchased in 1787 and established as a homeland for escaped or emancipated slaves
  16. p broke the chains of French Colonialism (August 1971)
  17. q "self help" approach to solving the nation's racial problems, introduced by Booker T. Washington that came just short of challenging white supremacy
  18. r (1884-1885) when europeans carved up Africa amongst themselves formalizing colonialism in Africa
  19. s founder of Ghana's independence movement and Ghana's first president
  20. t *talks about a tie between all black people, ..., African American progressive who supported segregation and demanded that African American better themselves individually to achieve equality.
  21. u "Princes shall come out of Egypt; Ethiopia shall soon stretch forth her hands unto God."
  22. v President of Tanzania who advocated an African form of socialism
  23. w geechie many claim they are descendants of the mende
    can be found in south carolina and georgia
    originated from sierra leone
    are important b/c they retained more of there african culture than other A.A.
    maintained through ( linguistics, foods, religious rituals)
    important for establishing cultural connections
    primarily rice farmers
    language includes preposition & postposition
    heritage gives us a deepe understanding of how africans influenced American society
    Africans arrived in the americas with technologies from their homelands
    known for basket weaving
    the 2 ways they were able to maintain their cultures
    isolation geographically & weather during the summertime there weren't many whites policing them the whites would leave to go to cooler places
  24. x was self taught and there was tension between him and W.E.B. Du Bois because of their backgrounds
    was inspired by booker T. Washington's teachings about black pride, self-reliance, and black development
    had a newspaper called "The Negro World"
    followers were called garvyites
    *UNIA was the largest mass organization of black people ever organized to this date
  25. y one aspect of rastafarianism; exemplified by Marcus Garvey; admonished a connection between ethiopianism and the salvation of black people
  26. z where Kinship takes place is the capital city of Congo
  27. aa *first president of the congo
    *came to power in 1960, congo was a colony of the Belgians
    *eisenhower authorized the asassination of him because he wanted Congo to keep their resources (coltan, tungsten, and tin) to themselves
    *was succeeded by Mobutu sese Seko
    most trouble cam from eastern congo near Rwanda
  28. ab United States educator who worked to improve race relations and educational opportunities for Black Americans (1875-1955)
  29. ac Egyptian name for Egypt, means "The Black Lands"
  30. ad Malcolm X's mentor leader of the Nation of Islam,
  31. ae (civilize Africans) First A.A to be accepted into Harvard Medical School was forced to leave b/c of racism from whites
  32. af the period after the Civil War in the United States when the southern states were reorganized and reintegrated into the Union
  33. ag was the empire before Congo w/ a C existed
  34. ah something done or paid in expiation of a wrong
  35. ai He was a black abolitionist who called for the immediate emancipation of slaves. He wrote the "Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World." It called for a bloody end to white supremacy. He believed that the only way to end slavery was for slaves to physically revolt.
  36. aj (ca 1680-1706) Christian reformer in the Kongo kingdom, also known as Dona Beatriz. She preached that Jesus Christ was an African. She was executed as a heretic by forces loyal to the Kongo King
  37. ak X marks the unknown in the nation of Islam
    born: malcolm Little changed name to: El Haj Shabazz
    assassinated in 1952
  38. al United States writer who was a leading figure of the beat generation (1922-1969)
  39. am Self educated slave and leader of the Haiti Rebellion
  40. an 1st African American to graduate from Harvard University
    * Famous for book The SOuls of Black Folks(1903)
    purpose- to raise consciouness academically, African American who believed Blacks should fight segregation; pushed for higher education opportunities for Blacks to achieve economic independence; helped to found the NAACP
  41. ao Swahili word meaning holocaust, used to describe the exploitation of the Africans by Europeans from the fifteenth through the nineteenth century
  42. ap A refugee or group of refugees returning to their home country, usually with the assistance of government or a non-governmental organization
  43. aq nonviolent acts of resistance
    -fainting on plantations
    -acting as if they didn't understand what the master was saying
  44. ar First A.A to be published in the U.S.
    believed christianity saved us from "savage" Africa
  45. as include
    gullah were primarily rice farmers
    wisdom was passed down through proverbs
    more examples
    -music - ringshout - headties -food -proverbs -religion
    brought over from africa
  46. at Abolished Slavery
  47. au encourages people of different races to live together
    good but harmed communities double edged sword (dead prez "They Schools")