It gave... ... middle of paper ... ...t cooked up a scarcity in the mineral richness of Africa. This was a disadvantage for the countries of Africa of its raw materials. There was no chance for Africa to develop and be in competition with the world since they were in rivalry with Europe. In conclusion, all of these effects might not seem like there so severe and negative however, they all had pretty big part in bringing together the African culture. The warfare that came forth with the Imperialism left unfathomable scars in the nation of Africa, which caused racial obstruction and social distinctions.
Therefore, please pledge your support to the whites of South Africa in an attempt to save as many lives as possible in as short a time as we have. One must acknowledge that apartheid may have been a horrible era in South African history, but only so because the whites were forces to take action against the outrageous and threatening deeds of the blacks in order to sustain their power. When the blacks first heard of apartheid and Mr. Verwoerd’s intentions for what it was going to do for South Africa, one can be assured that they were extremely concerned. Any person would have reacted the same way if he had felt threatened. One can even identify with the thought of someone imprisoning one of his relatives for political reasons.
The Europeans had many motives for imperialism in Africa. Yet the true motives were often shielded as they tried tom present themselves as humanitarians when in reality they were making Africa a terrible place to live with brutality and harsh treatment of the African natives. The ways of the Europeans had many physical and emotional costs for the people of Africa. The imperialism process also took a toll on the people of Europe. The European imperialistic colonization in Africa was motivated by the desire to control the abundant natural resources an... ... middle of paper ... ... reasons.
In the growing quest for equality amongst all humanity it is a necessity to understand why Africans are bearing the statistical load and why the number of infected grow in amongst them and are barely noticeable in America. The clever disease thrives on human weaknesses like stereotyping, unjustified hatred and social inequality, and apathy. The toll the disease has on a society is determined by how pervasive those human weakness are. The disease is deadly ,however, the deadliness is exacerbated by our flaws. Because there is no cure or vaccination for HIV, education and awareness or our most effective tools in the fight against HIV and for equality.
After obtaining independence countries could not develop thei... ... middle of paper ... ...astructure and sturdy economy. In many countries across Africa do get aid from other countries and have seen a slight improvement in there economies going from having fifty percent of the population in poverty to recently changing to forty seven percent (___). This show that with help Africa’s struggle against poverty will improve. Poverty in Africa also causes many other problems that are form from not having money. Poverty in needs to be one of the most important worries they have in Africa.
No one wants to be the prey, but if the resource and the opportunities are not in the right place, one must to accept the facts. The consequences that bring to Africa from the slave trade are far beyond the advantages, destroy families and population, human rights, economy, and political status in the world. Many things happened could not be restored and reversed, and it is a cycle, one thing went wrong, followed by another thing.
However, Darcy thought it did not work well and really wanted to do it more efficient. Then, he want to Africa to felt how local people live and what they want, especially in Congo. He continued to build up a company named make music matter to make special songs for Africa people. And this company works for typical four things: raping, public health care, and development and education. Raping is called sexual assault also, it is a action that against people’s (women) willing and force the people violently to have sex.
It is well-known that Africa is the poorest continent in the world. However, not many people could answer why that is. Throughout this unit we learned about the history of a few African nations, including the Congo, South Africa, and Rwanda. Through the information we learned, it was clear that many factors contributed to the underdevelopment of these African nations. Specifically, it was evident that the influence of European settlers, constant fighting, and unsuccessful government systems are all reasons why Africa is so poor.
In this act it showed him that he was not going to be able to take from a woman. That is a change because he had always gotten what he wanted because Celie was just too scared to stand up to him. As the story moves along Sophia is... ... middle of paper ... ...making pants for women. A great deal of this novel looks at Africa and the narrative changes. I believe that this change was important to show that there was a parallel of the components, the fact that the tribes were exploited as well as the people in the American south.
By the end of it all, readers ought to realize how much harm and evil “civilized” societies can generate and begin working to alter mankind’s bitter, unbreakable heart. All three authors idolize the African people and culture for their morals and mode of life; “civilized” societies should take note and learn from the native tribal customs while they are still in existence. These cultures bring new breath to the human race and deserve to be looked upon as positive and valuable for all of humanity. Works Cited Heart of Darkness; Joseph Conrad Things Fall Apart; Achebe Poisonwood Bible; Barbara Kingsolver