But after abit of time the death of people began to increase rapidly. Wars and massacres is an impact also experienced by Indians in North America. The most tragic war of the Indians was the battle of the Wounded Knee. In this massacre there was a place in the Sioux community which was a very dangerous place for the Sioux people so big foot the Sioux chief decided to move to a safer place. One of the US soldiers orders the Sioux people to go back to their place HOWEVER one Sioux soldier didn’t want to go back and people started to fight back in a result 300 men including women and children were killed.
As a result of European settlement, many populations of Native Americans were brought to near extinction. The hunger for a new and free word had blinded Europeans’ humanity towards the Native Americans that had lived in these lands for hundreds of years from the Atlantic to the Pacific in harmony and respect of their lands. The discovery of gold was of the most important factors that promoted violence against the Native Americans. When gold was discovered in California in 1848 it initiated a large amount of migrant traffic across the North American continent. This large influx of Americans brought more diseases to the Native Americans that devastated their tribes with great number of deaths.
Indian Wars erupted due to tension between the settlers backed by the federal government who were encroaching upon native land and the Native Americans occupying this land. The result of this tension led to Indian Wars such as the Sioux Wars which contained events such as the Wounded Knee Massacre in which federal troops killed 300 Sioux men, women, and children and the killing of General Custer during the battle of Wounded Knee which caused public opinion to turn even more against Native Americans. As a result of these Indian Wars all Native American tribes were effectively put onto reservations. The purposeful impairment and alienation of native culture was strongly emphasized by actions taken and legislation passed by the federal government of the United States. In Document A, Santana, Chief of the Kiowas, describes the destruction of timber and killing of buffaloes by soldiers who sit in camps where his people have lived for generations.
The removal of Native American tribes from their homelands was another undemocratic trend that was a large party of the 'Jacksonian Democracy' era. Despite some politicians' promises otherwise, the removal of Native Americans ended up becoming a brutal reality. The journey of these Indians was very dangerous and many died along the way. These people, even the most assimilated Cherokee tribe, were moved from their land without a say in the matter. It would be hard to think of a situation more undemocratic than that of the Native Americans in the 1800s.
From this they grow up in this culture of differences. Thus when the Belgium left, the Hutus (the lower class) took revenge on the Tutsi (the elite) and stated a genocide massacre. They did not like the fact that their culture creates differences and how the Hutus were treated badly during the colonization time. This culture may have been built strongly inside each person by the authorities of the individuals. Their peer-pressure, such as friends, parents and may even be teachers in their school.
Most of today’s racism can be traced back to the era of colonialism that began in the1400s. Native Americans are the most harshly affected by institutionalized racism to this day. The 19th century saw a hardening of institutionalized racism and legal discrimination against citizens of African descent. Racism in the United States was worse during this time than at any other period before or since. Racism is shown in to kill a mockingbird when the case against tom Robinson and the way in which the anti-African in Maycomb shows animosity towards Atticus and his family.
Communism in Romania: The Ceausescu Regime Communism was a bloody ideology that caused millions of innocent deaths in the 20th century and it affected half the globe. It was a nightmare, which promised equality and justice, but which brought atrocities, death, torture and fear. In spite of all this history nations like China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam and Laos still embraced this ideology. However, it left deep scars on the people and nations who experienced it. For many nations the process of getting rid of the communist reminiscences and legacy and going back to democracy has proven to be a tough one.
A Nation Divided America has gone through many tumults in history. Even before the civil war, the nation was divided, just not on boundary terms. Slavery being a big part to do with the tension, America has gone through drastic changes to become what it is today. My partner and I will be covering from the 1840s to right before the civil war. Many tense moments helped push the United States on, but these put it to war.
Pink’s time in school was hard for him. The teachers were cruel to the students, and did everything they could to hurt the children. Pink sings about the teachers in the song “Happiest Days Of Our Life” where he sings “When we grew up and went to school there were certain teachers who would hurt the children in
Human history is cluttered with frightful examples of people who have had the might to oppress others, and then tried to rationalize their "right" to do so. Europeans used their technological might to colonize, exploit, and even enslave, peoples of color, and then spoke self-righteously of the "white man's burden." To justify robbing Native Americans of their lands and lives, the self-serving doctrine of Manifest Destiny was invented. For countless generations, in almost every part of the world, women have been oppressed by men. Why?