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Outline for “Civilize Them with a Stick” Civilize Them with a Stick: “Kidnapping” – putting native Americans in white boarding schools. Message the kidnapping practice conveyed to the public, to the kids themselves – Stereotype of Native American children held by the “White Do-gooders”– mislead little savages in need of being saved from their traditions- white wash the native American out of them. “Culture shock” experiences of Native American children in boarding schools –
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Unformatted text preview: Common punishment (formal sanction) at boarding schools for rulebreaking beatings and swattings Racism breeds racism in reverse if you treat people harshly based on a stereotype, they may turn around and stereotype you. How Native Americans are viewed now in our society, compared to other groups in our stratified system...
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