Connector - 1) Connector: Chapter 12 During the olden days,...

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Connector: Chapter 12 1) During the olden days, racism and discrimination has occurred not once, but many times. In this book, Albert and Mr. Campbell had refused to educate the Métis because of their lifestyles and their religion. Albert and Mr. Campbell would not allow Protestants to study with the Catholics. They would not allow them because they are not civilized people. I remember a time like this, when the black people were not allowed to do anything with the white people. These are both types of racism and I am disgusted about how the Black people or the Métis people were treated. I also have had experience of being discriminated. When I went to India, many people there started saying I was a white boy since I was from Canada. The people there could speak Hindi there, but they tried talking to me in English. I could speak Hindi, but they thought since I have lived there for about 4-5 years now, I must have forgotten Hindi and could only speak in English. I did not like how they treated me and neither did the Black people or the Métis. I hate racism and I want it to be stopped no matter what. 2)
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Richardgreen during the Spring '10 term at Aberystwyth University.

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