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1 Native Americans Jennifer Bryan University of Phoenix
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2 The Apache Indians were colonized in the United States. They lived in what is now New Mexico and Arizona. Native Americans were seen as savages due to their lifestyle and were forced to the outer edges of cities. Native Americans were blamed for the deaths of whites which caused many violent clashes. Native Americans were forced to live in on area because the Americans saw potential in their land. Native Americans lives were destroyed by white settlers, with the help of the U.S. Government. Native Americans were subjected to dual labor market conditions during the 19 th century. Some of the Native Americans participated in the labor market willingly while others would not do it willingly. Native Americans were forced to either sell or seizure their land to the English and the U.S.
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Unformatted text preview: Government. This affirmative action still continues today. The more recent form of allowing cattle ranchers and mining interests to have cheap and easy access to stolen native land and even to reservations land by means of leases and one-sided contracts engineered by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Not all Native Americans have all the protection of the Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. In particular they do not have the right to legal counsel in criminal cases and they can be subjected to double jeopardy. Yes the Native Americans were affected by institutional discrimination. Native Americans were forced to live on a certain piece of land and forced to attend government schools where they were not allowed to speak in their own native tongue. 3...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Harrington during the Spring '11 term at Central New Mexico Community College.

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