Contemporary Perceptions of Africa

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Contemporary Perceptions of Africa
Contemporary perceptions of the continent of Africa in many ways are limited when it comes to understanding its rich history and contributions to humanity. Many Westerners, in fact, view ancient and modern Africa as a land without science and technology. As a matter of setting the record straight, the following discussion examines why both ancient and modern Africa are seen as a land without science.
The Legacy of Colonialism and Imperialism - why Africa is still an undeveloped Country some 200 years after Slavery
One of the reasons that ancient and modern Africa are seen as a land without science and technology is because of the widespread absence of development throughout the continent. With few...
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