Legacies of Rwanda, Spanish, and Residential schools.
To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of historical globalization? Historical Globalization affected the entire world in the start of 1492; War, Genocide, and prejudice are all affects of historical globalization. When helping all the races, and people affected by historical globalization should be left for the citizens and the Government should be responsible about it. Three cultures were affected by historical Globalization; Rwanda, First Nations, and the Spanish Conquest The first case study is about Residential Schools, how it affected the First Nations, and How it has affected today’s society? In 1857, Canada passed the gradual Civilization Act which passed to assimilate. Government sought to assimilate the First Nations; residential schools become a prime method of assimilation. All First Nations’ children were forced in these schools, they weren’t allowed any right. The schools were usually farther distance from their homes. Discipline was usually harsh; the children were punished for speaking their traditional languages, they were taught to speak. When the children were to go home they often felt as if they were strangers, they had been cut off from their own way of life. Residential schools students didn’t learn about love and nurturing from their parents therefore, they were the residential schools system started to go under pressure from the First Nations’ parents and activists, these schools began to close in the 1960’s.The last residential school was closed in 1996 about 100,000 children had attended these institutions. What was being done about it? The Government was trying to prepare the First Nations people for the white society of 1928.
There, the government would end either, ‘Indian Problem’ within two generations. Decades later the aboriginal people were sharing their stories and demanded Acknowledgments and compensation for their stolen...
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