African Map

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African-American History

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African Map

The eastern shona groups are:ZezuruKarangaKorekoreManyikaNdau

In the igbo culture, the people of there tribe get into arranged marriages. They offer the parents of the girl they want to marry a goat, cow, or anytype of scared offering

Nigeria is located in western Africa on the Gulf of Guinea. It is the world's 32nd-largest country and almost the size of Venezuela.

African Culture

In the igbo culture the men play a very important role. They hunt and gather food for there family and are also the leaders.

In the Rwanda territory, from the 15th century until 1961, the Tutsi were ruled by a king (the mwami). Belgium abolished the monarchy in response to Hutu activism, following the national referendum that led to independence.

Nigeria

Igbo people worship Chukuwu, which means God in there lanquage. Igbo people blieve in reincarnation

Tutsis speak Rwanda-Rundi as their native tongue, which is a member of the Bantu subgroup of the Niger–Congo language family.

The origins of the Ovimbundu are Bantu populations who drifted in from the North, over the last millennium, and formed local/regional groups which slowly became political unit.

The Tutsi or Abatutsi, are an ethnic group in East Africa. They are the second largest population division among the three largest groups in Rwanda and Burundi, the other two being the Hutu (largest) and the Twa (smallest)

Rawanda

Zimbawe

Algeria

Shona is the name collectively given to two groups of people in the east and southeast of Zimbabwe, and southern Mozambique.

Arab people, also known as Arabs and Arabians, are a panethnic group primarily inhabiting Western Asia and North Africa.

Arab identity is defined independently of religious identity, and pre-dates the rise of Islam, with historically attested Arab Christian kingdoms and Arab Jewish tribes. Today, however, most Arabs are Muslim, with a minority adhering to other faiths, largely Christianity.

Angola

The Ovimbundu also known as the Southern Mbundu, are an ethnic group who lives on the Bié Plateau of central Angola and in the coastal strip west of these highlands.


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