By Vivienne Sanders

A new version for HL alternative 2, heritage of the Americas, subject 17: Civil rights and social hobbies within the Americas post-1945
The well known IB degree background sequence, combining compelling narratives with educational rigor.
An authoritative and fascinating narrative, with the widest number of assets at this point, supporting scholars to enhance 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
- devoted examination perform with version solutions and perform questions
- TOK aid and ancient research inquiries to aid with all facets of the Diploma

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In 1990, there were over 500 claims outstanding, but only three or four were settled per year. Frustration over land claims bogged down in bureaucracy and in the courts led some to greater militancy. Land disputes and militancy Some Natives gained inspiration from AIM in the USA (see page 30). The federal government had done little to protect the Aboriginals when the British Columbian government had ignored treaties and seized lands for industrial and urban expansion. In the 1980s, several British Columbian bands clashed with loggers despoiling traditional Aboriginal lands.

Following Trudeau’s establishment of the Indian Claims Commission, a series of landmark court decisions, many from the Supreme Court, established the Aboriginal right to hold lands and to negotiate over them with the government. indb 49 05/12/2012 12:40 Chapter summary Native Americans and civil rights in the Americas The Spanish and Portuguese conquest deprived Latin America’s indigenous population of land and respect. There was no improvement under the new Latin American republics, even when in the early twentieth century republics such as Mexico glorified their indigenous heritage in order to create a national identity.

Violence paid off. Provinces vs the federal government: the 1982 charter The Constitution Act of 1982 incorporated a Charter of Rights and Freedoms that prohibited discrimination over gender and colour. However, Native lobbies failed to get an amendment guaranteeing self-government, because British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec traditionally favoured the rights of developers over the rights of the Aboriginals, feared losing the right to control provincial resources, and opposed the charter.

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