ChAPTER 24 -- Part 11: Africa and the Africans in the Age of
After being taken against their will, they and their descen Africa were drawn into the world economy, drawing on the cultures and practices of Africa as they coped with trade.
Along with their labor and skills, they created vibrant new cultural forms, which resulted in differing effects on African societies, which along with their labor and skills, contributed to the growth of reinforcing authority in some places, creating new states in others, new societies.
Africans were involved in provoking social, religious, and political reactions.
Traditional patterns and ideas are what owe many aspects of African life.
Many African societies were forced to move between the continents not only as slaves, but also as ambassadors, because of how they were treated by the world economy.
The slave trades have many histories.
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Those who experienced slavery's burdens should be biog.
African raphy has become an important genre in the field.
African rulers and states were involved in the slave 3.