An Analysis of the Myth of Multiculturalism in Aboriginal Communities in Canda

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An Analysis of the Myth of Multiculturalism in Aboriginal Communities in Canada: The Legal, Societal and Racial Marginalization of Native/Aboriginal Peoples during the 19th and 20th centuries
The primary aim of this research proposal is to define the governmental framework that has provided legal protections for Native Peoples in Canada, yet these laws are often overturned or not enacted regarding the racial and aboriginal rights provided under law. In the 19th century it has been determined that while the Canadian government created laws that helped to protect native lands through treaties and other territorial arrangements, the use of cultural alienation and militaristic genocide towards various tribes did not validate or uphold these...
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