Week 7: Settler Colonialism17:52Expressive Culture Projects: come up with one idea to present in recitation next week for project. Goal is not just to present stereotypes, but challenge them. Think about how a topic relates to something going on campus. Conduct three interviews. Due on October 27th, sign up for meeting with GRCStereotypes associated with indigenous populations:PrimitiveSavage (not Christian)Static culture, based in the past and things have not changedAre dying outCultural: have practices that identify themNatural: connected with natureA raceWhy do these stereotypes continue today? What makes them powerful still today? Idea of settler colonialism.American Indians areCitizens of sovereign nations – each nation determine their own citizenship, can be based on lineal descent, residency, etc.Laws – they have three part governments, elected officials, paws lawsCourts – hear disputes within and outside of communitiesTaxation – collect revenueBusinesses – natural resources, wind, casinos, etc.Social Services - money used for social services, health care, education, child welfare, and housing.Settler ColonialismColonialism continues today: a process that happens today in Australia, America, South America. Still today, there are processes that still continue occupation today.