MIT21A_226F09_q20

MIT21A_226F09_q20 - Nov. 18, 2009 Study Questions on Nagel,...

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Nov. 18, 2009 Study Questions on Nagel, 158-178, 187-205, and Ramos 1. Compare the Red Power movement to the Civil Rights movement. Similarities? Differences? 2. Nagel speaks of “the evolution of American Indian ethnicity.” Describe this evolution. 3. Describe Indian protest movements prior to the Alcatraz occupation. 4. Describe protest strategies of the 1960s and 1970s. What were “fish-ins? 5. What were the main grievances fueling these protests? 6. Compare the protests to an example of political protest chosen by you. Compare the messages being sent, and the way those messages were communicated. 7. Nagel speaks of “Indian nationalism.” Describe this concept. 8. What is a “powwow”? 9. Describe the tensions that arose within the Red Power movement during the 1970s. 10. Describe cooptation. Incorporation. 11. Describe the “retraditionalization” help Z.G. Standing Bear gave to the Deer Clan in Georgia (p. 193). Defend his actions. Critique them. 12.
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