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Unformatted text preview: hern Arizona and they began to ride horses Spanish influence Introduced sheep, goats, cattle, and horses into the Southwest region. God, Gold, and Glory What were the three G's about what the Spaniards needed from finding land? What are zoonotic diseases? And how did these influence the European settlement across the Americas? - diseases found today on the American continents migrated here with the first European immigrants explorers - are measles, typhus, smallpox, and influenza - resulted in decimation reduction of the already present inhabitants of the Americas. - many were not present until the arrival of Europeans=origin of syphilis get to America - Describe at least three themes underlying the cultural narrative of European civilizational superiority over indigenous peoples. How were these beliefs manifest in the creation and administration of boarding schools? Sample medium- to- long essay questions Drawing from both North and South America, how have indigenous people been defined over time by different institutions (anthropologists, tribal governments, international organizations, external government agencies, and others)? How have they defined themselves? How/why is the principle of self- identification so important? Indigenous peoples have their own distinct languages, cultures, and social and political institutions that are very different from those of mainstream society. While indigenous peoples face the same experience of discrimination and marginalization as other ethnic minorities, there are very important differences in terms of their rights and identity. Collective rights Contrary to other ethnic minorities, that struggle to protect their rights on an individual level, indigenous peoples have always stressed the need to recognize their collective rights. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) recognizes these collective rights. The UNDRIP was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2007. Self- determination Today, many indigenous peoples are still excluded from society and deprived of their rights as equal citizens of a state. Nevertheless they are determined to preserve, develop and transmit to f...
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