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by: Victoria King

Week 3 notes 2113-001

Victoria King
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racial essence
Africa and the diaspora
greg graham
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Victoria King on Monday March 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2113-001 at University of Oklahoma taught by greg graham in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Africa and the diaspora in African Studies at University of Oklahoma.

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Date Created: 03/07/16
Racial essence- always carry with you and who you are racially is defined by underlying characteristics people are trying to get as far away from being black as possible because of all the baggage and stereotypes it carries nigeria is the #1 for skin bleaching they don’t wanna be white, they just don’t wanna be too black john paul sart- existentialism- we are the ones that create racial categories but we assume that they’ve always been there Walter Rodney-wrote: how europe underdeveloped africa- got his head blown up by talking into a walkie talkie that had been messed with by the CIA and Guyana argued that slave trade played an important role in under-developing africa underdevelopment by europe led africa to have a disrupted trajectory of socio-economic and political development because slavery was integral to the development and expansion of capitalism in europe, it also became the key to economic development from the 16th century on Marx says money is a material animal be aware of the modes of production and materialism move stages by 2. improvement of material conditions and possessions and circumstances (access to food, clothing, etc) 3. technological development impact of the european slave trade: economic-disruption of international trade pre-colonial decline in agricultural production and shift to human sales decline and destruction of previous goods like textiles and gold increase in demand and dependency on foreign goods decline in youth population and technological development the catalyst effect became obvious in the triangle trade for example social- political- africans were procured by other africans most of the time:( the Maroons: restarted society in the hills NANA and brother named KOJO and KOMPOM they lost a war, were captured, sent to the new world and left to make their own society they had to escape. another example: the black seminoles, an example of integrating with natives to escape


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