IAH Gandi Extra Credit

IAH Gandi Extra Credit - Christina Zinkel IAH 202 Extra...

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Christina Zinkel IAH 202 Extra Credit The film Gandhi showed how the people of the colonized countries were treated differently and as lesser than the colonizers despite being within their own homelands . At the beginning of the film Gandhi was thrown from the train for doing nothing out of the ordinary just being first class when he was of color . His confusion as to why he did not have the rights of British citizens in the empire fueled his aspirations to fight against what he believed should be a right of his own as part of this empire . He began campaigning as such and quickly gained a very firm standing with people who felt the same as him . The blatant disregard for the homeland cultures of the colonized was shown in each of the films shown in class . Whether it be Mangal Pandey being referred to as a dog or the Algerians whose rights were blatantly disregarded in their everyday lives . The foundations of disrespect and injustice were instilled in the colonized populations . These people eventually
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