Africa-an Uncharted Place of Rich Tradition

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History

 

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Matthew G

 

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March 13, 2017

 

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University

 

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American and European films of the early 1900s depicted Africa as backward, uncivilized and illogical because African societies did not have written languages or written histories. Instead, Africa had a rich oral history which had its positives, but Americans and Europeans found it at times to be inconsistent and fictitious...
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Instead, Africa had a rich oral history which had its positives, but Americans and Europeans found it at times to be inconsistent and fictitious. The differences between the ways Africa is depicted in the oral history An Epic of Old Mali and European films such as Sanders of the River are caused by unfamiliarity of Africa's interior, large amounts of racism, and false colonialist assumptions...
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