Paragraph Assignment 6 & 7

Paragraph Assignment 6 & 7 - Thursday 4/2 Paragraph...

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Short Paragraph Writing Assignments #6 and #7: Tuesday, 3/31: Paragraph Assignment #6: In Whose Honor Write a short reaction to the short film, In Whose Honor . Did you find any evidence to King’s and Springwood’s argument in Team Spirits that Indian mascots are harmful and that they do not “promote empathy, understanding, or respect” and that “they perpetuate stereotypes, foster spaces of terror, warp social relations, and ultimately injure embodied people, especially Native Americans”? If so explain where to what extent the film supports these assertions. If you believe that Indian protesters overreact to use of Indian mascots / logos / trademarks / etc. then explain your reasoning and provide a basis, supporting evidence and/or data, that helps you to make your point.
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Unformatted text preview: Thursday, 4/2: Paragraph Assignment #7: Broken Treaties How are treaties created and how can they be “broken”? Explain the power of the word “broken” to describe the actions of judges and justices to abrogate Indian treaties and how the word helps to support Wilkins’ and Lomawaima’s argument that the power to modify, redefine or abrogate treaties lies only within the power of Congress or the sovereign signatories of the treaty in question. Do Indian tribes actually have the power to abrogate treaties? Why do Wilkins and Lomawaima argue that U.S. and state courts do not have the right or power over treaties that they have exercised many times in the past?...
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  • Spring '09
  • LeBeau
  • Native Americans in the United States, Wilkins, paragraph assignment, Paragraph Writing Assignments, injure embodied people

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