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    Indigenous Resistance

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    Indigenous Resistance "MUSIC IS THE WEAPON OF THE FUTURE" The spirit of resistance is a powerful force in reggae music. In this essay I will explore the ways that resistance is manifested in reggae music and describe examples of indigenous resistance in Jamaica and Mexico. A strong example of indigenous resistance can be found in the Maroon communities of Jamaica. The Maroons were a thorn in the sides of white plantation owners and an inspiration and expression of freedom and autonomy to the

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    Indigenous People

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    What does the future hold for the indigenous peoples around the world? There is no clear answer, to this question. Each and every government must review the past treatment and the current conditions to determine what should [could] be done, to improve the lives of their indigenous peoples. The issues of the past are vast in number and unique to each government. The issues include: political power, education, environment, land [territory], intellectual property, poverty and the list goes on. According

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    Indigenous People

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    Indigenous People Indigenous people are those that are native to an area. Throughout the world, there are many groups or tribes of people that have been taken over by the Europeans in their early conquests throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, by immigrating groups of individuals, and by greedy corporate businesses trying to take their land. The people indigenous to Australia, Brazil and South America, and Hawaii are currently fighting for their rights as people: the rights to own

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    Indigenous Religion

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    don’t like modernity and like to keep things simple. Growing up in an indigenous culture could be rigorous because they follow by religion and culture rather than letting technology be their main focus. Indigenous refers to people who have come from a particular place and originated from that place. Indigenous peoples are ethnic groups who ties their land back to a millennium. In this essay I will be talking about the Native Indigenous Religion and the people that have different languages, beliefs, and

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    Indigenous Health

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    INTRODUCTION Indigenous health is a vital tool in health care today. The case study is about an indigenous lady who is from a remote community. This case study will define culture shock, transcultural theory. Finally it will states the recommendations that can be acquired to improve the current indigenous health care issue as it can be noted that the indigenous health tends has been deteoriating. Culture shock Culture is all about an individual knowledge based on belief ,art,morals customs

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    Indigenous Identities

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    rituals, they all differentiate one person from the other making up one’s own identity. This identity makes up who one is inside and out, their behaviour, actions, and words comes from their own practices and values. However, the profound history of Indigenous people raises question in the present about their identities. Who are they really? Do we as the non-native people judge them from the outside or the inside? Regardless of whether the society or the government were involved in their lives, they faced

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    Indigenous Australians

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    Australian aboriginals are a group of people who are deemed to be the indigenous occupants of Australia. The Australian High Court appreciated them to share a common as well as biological ancestry as Australia's original occupants (de Plevitz, & Croft, 2003). There has however been a lot of ignorance with reference to this group of people more so from the Australians. This has mostly been due to ignorance of these people with most arguments and opinions based on myths (Morphy, & Morphy, 1984, p.459-478)

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    Indigenous People

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    For the first two weeks of my class, I had no idea where I was headed in terms of my learning experience but I soon found out. During the first week we had to define “indigenous identity” which by the way was a foreign language to me. After I determined the meaning of it (because there were so many choices) I settled on the meaning “that what connects a person or people by their culture, race, beliefs and way of life”. I never considered or included myself a part of that definition because I thought

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    Indigenous Australians

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    drought. This dreamtime story once passed on to the next generation helps them gain an understanding of why the land should be appreciated and cared for and the secrets and culture of the past are preserved (Gard, 2000). Cultural Heritage The indigenous Australian culture is one of the world’s oldest living cultures. Despite the negligence and the misunderstanding from the Europeans, Aboriginals were able to keep their culture alive by passing their knowledge by arts, rituals, performances and

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    Indigenous people

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    characteristic found between most tribes. The different ethnics use mainly different languages as their mother-tongue but there are also some preferred languages they use to communicate within the society or with distant family members. Indigenous people only belongs to the indigenous groups as there are self-identification in grouping which type of person belongs to which ethnic group. This is done as to preserve the sovereign rights of these people without any external interference regarding the community

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