Access to History for the IB Diploma: Civil Rights and by Vivienne Sanders

By Vivienne Sanders

A new version for HL choice 2, background of the Americas, subject 17: Civil rights and social events within the Americas post-1945
The well known IB degree historical past sequence, combining compelling narratives with educational rigor.
An authoritative and interesting narrative, with the widest number of resources at this point, supporting scholars to advance their wisdom and analytical talents. This moment variation provides:
- trustworthy, transparent and in-depth narrative from subject specialists
- research of the historiography surrounding key debates
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First Nations people 1900–45 The League of Indians in Canada was established in 1919 because: l Indian Acts of 1905 and 1911 enabled the Canadian government to expropriate or exchange reserve lands so as to ‘encourage’ indigenous people off their communal land and further assimilation l the Department of Indian Affairs was unsympathetic l other Canadians were hostile or indifferent l shared experiences in the First World War increased pan-Indian consciousness. Afflicted by internal divisions, police surveillance, accusations of Communism, harassment by the Department of Indian Affairs and leadership problems, the league nevertheless inspired more militant successors.

Trudeau agreed. Berger brought the Aboriginal perspective on proposed industrial developments to public attention in such a way that in future it would prove impossible for politicians to ignore Aboriginal peoples. The 1982 Constitution Act ‘Existing Aboriginal rights’ and treaty rights were recognized in the 1982 Constitution Act, but individual cases had to be decided by the courts. In the resultant flood of litigation, in which the Supreme Court never defined ‘existing Aboriginal rights’, Natives sometimes obtained quite favourable rulings.

Wheeler (1978). Court decisions in 1979 resulted in the restoration of 1800 acres (730 ha) to Narrangansetts in Rhode Island and $100 million compensation to the Sioux for ‘dishonourable dealing’ in the acquisition of the Black Hills in South Dakota (the Sioux rejected the money and demanded the land instead). indb 35 CANADA WASHINGTON 81,000 NEW YORK 63,000 MICHIGAN 56,000 CALIFORNIA 242,000 ARIZONA 204,000 OKLAHOMA 252,000 NEW MEXICO 134,000 N TEXAS 66,000 Atlantic Ocean N ALASKA 86,000 Gulf of Mexico MEXICO 0 0 250 mls 0 0 500 km 35 05/12/2012 12:40 Map showing US states with the largest Native American populations, based on data from the US Bureau of the Census 1990 250 500 km 500 mls Chapter 1: Native Americans and civil rights in the Americas Pacific Ocean NORTH CAROLINA 80,000 Had Native Americans achieved equality by 2000?

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