Unit 2 – Contact and Consequences
Episode 2 – Guns, Germs and Steel. Open link – assignment below.
Assignment for documentary: Guns, Germs and Steel Episode 2 Questions
Colonization – Chilcotin War
Indian Act and Assimilation:
Rabbit Proof Fence – watch and complete handout
Residential Schools Timeline Link: Timeline: Where are the Children?
If you want to do the more basic assignment, with the highest mark being a B, do this assignment: Where are the Children B
If you want to explore the issues of ethnocide and genocide and challenge yourself at a deeper level, do this assignment: Where are the Children A and you will need this document as well: Ethno Geno T-chart.
Site C Link
ASSIGNMENT: Watch Okanada, and complete this assignment,Okanda.
A sister’s grief bridges a cultural divide. ASSIGNMENT: Write a personal response to this article.
From the website: On Sep. 11, 1995, members of the Kettle and Stony Point band bury Anthony Dudley George. The 38-year-old Chippewa was shot and killed during a confrontation between police and a group of native protesters at Camp Ipperwash. First Nations leader Ovide Mercredi has just attended George’s funeral. In this television clip, he speaks to CBC’s Hana Gartner about how to resolve land claims.
Mercredi says the events at Ipperwash and Gustafsen Lake made him realize aboriginal people have to resolve land claim issues differently. “We don’t want to walk anymore of those distances up the hills to bury our dead,” he explains.
Here is a Policies and Resistance Table that will help you with the policies and resistance. STUDY THIS!!
Documentary: No Turning Back
Documentary – Whose Land is it Anyway 8th Fire
Documentary –Indigenous in the city
60s Scoop – As it Happens Link
J’net Cavanagh interview from Muskrat: