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African Diaspora in the Americas

Enjoy a quick freebie that you can use to help students understand the African Diaspora into the Americas (North, Central, and South). I use this chart in both (North) American History and Latin American History to explain the diaspora at large and the smaller groups within. I also use the chart (along with map) to explain location (including regions), language, culture, and similar people groups. There are two version of the same chart: Africans and Hebrews (and it’s just a matter of which term you’d rather use to describe the men, women, and children who were involved in the Diaspora.)

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