They were sometimes considered barbarians because of their different lifestyle. European settled discussed in primary sources how their rituals and traditions were "horrible and abominable, and deserving punishment.” For example, Native Americans sacrifice souls to their idols as a ritual. Europeans did not think this was good behavi... ... middle of paper ... ...wn ever received a like sentence. The court made these rulings simply because of the color of their skins, which to them reduced African-Americans to a status lower than any white person. It is evident that the Native Americans were unfairly removed from their homeland because the Europeans settlers saw them as savages not worthy to live among them.
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The number of employment jobs because people need jobs to survive. Finally culture classes because some societies fall because of culture judgment. President snow in the Hunger Games is bad because of the reasons down below. There will be lots of text evidence that says that he is a corrupt leader. Then finally there was Alexander the great and his empire, That Hitler was a bad leader because of all the killings he did.
American Indians were impacted most by the greed of europeans and the new people coming into their land. Their greed is what caused american indians to be almost wiped off their own country. It’s nonsense when people say europeans just wanted to expand and had to do what they had to do. American Indians were willing to work with them, but were backstabbed. It’s sickening how far greed could take europeans to do the most inhumane things.
Some thought that the Native Americans were pitiful, uncultured people who should be trained to assimilate and succeed in the modern world. Others were convinced that the Indians were a violent, subhuman race who should be exterminated in order to ease westward expansion. These opposing views were expressed not only in politics, but also in paintings. Several nineteenth century painters attempted to capture different sides of this debate in their art, but regardless of the opinions of the painters, all of these paintings were based on the myth of the uncivilized Indian. In 1863, Albert Bierstadt completed The Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak, a painting which fantasizes the Rocky Mountains and portrays the Indians as “noble savages” (The Humanities pg 1047-1048).
The missionaries viewed the Africans as savages and that everything that they did was evil. Missionaries that were sent to spread the view of Christianity would have to change their beliefs and their social interactions to save them from the “eternal fire”(p.259). Interesting enough the missionaries overlooked the higher educated and the more well to do and focused on the more ignorant and less educated. Many Mzungu (Europeans) were, interestingly enough, often very uneducated in the process they were about to embark upon. Europeans felt that it was unnecessary to have formal training when dealing with such savages as the Kikuyu people.
Many would raise their future children in the same harsh and abusive ways they were taught in the residential schools. To this day Aboriginals get no sympathy, respect and they feel oppressive. The Canadian Government has taken out residential schools but, to this day Aboriginals are still mistreated. Culture misunderstanding of aboriginals is what lead the government to try and brainwash Aboriginal kids and terminate the Aboriginal culture and belief.
Immigrants that came to America faced the hardship of discrimination because they did not only stand out with their culture but also because Americans didn’t necessarily want them in America. The German immigrants made up most of the immigrants between 1820 and 1860. Most of the Germans traveled to America for economic opportunities in hope of success. The conditions of the voyage to America were poor. There wasn’t clean drinking water and diseases spread quickly.