Week 7 Settler Colonialism

Week 7 Settler Colonialism - Week7:SettlerColonialism 17:52...

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17:52 Expressive 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 27 th , sign up for meeting with GRC Stereotypes associated with indigenous populations: Primitive Savage (not Christian) Static culture, based in the past and things have not changed Are dying out Cultural: have practices that identify them Natural: connected with nature A race Why do these stereotypes continue today? What makes them powerful still today? Idea  of settler colonialism. American Indians are Citizens 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 laws Courts – hear disputes within and outside of communities Taxation – collect revenue Businesses – natural resources, wind, casinos, etc. Social Services - money used for social services, health care, education, child welfare,  and housing. Settler Colonialism Colonialism continues today: a process that happens today in Australia, America, South  America. Still today, there are processes that still continue occupation today. Invasion
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