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What is rugby?
This united an entire country and ended decades of legalized segregation and racism.
100
What is desert?
Land is inhabitable in most of Africa due to ______.
100
What is Mancala?
This board game originated in African tribes and is now manufactured by gaming companies in America.
100
What is the Suez Canal?
This artificial waterway in Egypt connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea and supports supply and trade.
100
What is the Sahara Desert?
This desert, located in North Africa, is the largest desert in the world.
200
What is African, or tribal, dance?
Performance which must be viewed in close connection with Sub-Saharan African music traditions and Bantu cultivation of rhythm.
200
What is hunger?
Due to a lack of road infrastructure and transportation, many Africans are suffering from ______.
200
What is Blackhawk Down?
Somalians were suffering from hunger and tribal warfare, so the US responded. This event occurred during a mission-gone-wrong, affecting U.S. foreign policy.
200
What is FGM?
Great efforts have been made to end ____, through research, work within African communities, and changes in public policy. The Maasai tribe is one of the first to abandon this practice.
200
What is the Nile River?
This is the longest river in the world. It's mouth is located in Egypt.
300
What is African, or tribal, masks?
As part of a ceremonial costume, ______ are used in religious and social events to represent the spirits of ancestors or to control the good and evil forces in the community.
300
What is females, or women?
It is less common for which gender to be in charge of modern African governments due to religious beliefs and tradition.
300
Who is Nelson Mandela?
This man ended apartheid in South Africa with his personal skills in leadership and a strong desire for unity.
300
What is religious?
This type of conflict is the result of many civil wars and genocides in Africa today based on a difference in beliefs.
300
What is Mount Kilimanjaro?
The tallest mountain in Africa.
400
What is matriarchal?
This form of social organization is used by the Ashanti tribe in Ghana in which a woman is the head of the tribe.
400
What is peace?
Many factors, such as "us vs. them" mentality, or religious differences, makes _____ rare among African peoples.
400
Who is Romeo Dallaire?
This man entered a foreign Africa country in order to "keep the peace;" instead, he found himself at the start of a genocide and could not prevent what was to come.
400
What is desertification?
The Sahel belt is currently shrinking, while the Sahara desert is growing due to a process known as_____.
400
What is the Sahel?
This is a geographic zone of transition in Africa, located between the Sahara (North) and the savannas (South).
500
What is proverbs?
African tribes commonly speak in _____ to illustrate ideas and deliver messages of inspiration and advice.
500
What is doctors, or medicine?
A shortage in whom, or what, contributes to the spread of diseases such as HIV/AIDs, or malaria.
500
Who is Ellen J Sirleaf?
First female head of state in an African country, this woman brought peace to her country, as well women's rights, and won the Nobel Peace Prize.
500
What is apartheid?
Nelson Mandela ended ______ (legalized segregation) through the power of sport and determination to unite South Africans.
500
What is the Serengeti migration?
This migration crosses Tanzania and Kenya and is the longest and largest overland migration in the world.




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