The impact of colonization on indigenous peoples around the world
- 3. The social, economic, or political exclusion or disadvantage of certain groups, often resulting in their limited access to resources, opportunities, and rights.
- 5. A powerful and turbulent whirlpool; metaphorically, describing a state of chaos, confusion, or upheaval.
- 6. Pertaining to or resembling an earthquake; figuratively, describing a significant or far-reaching impact or effect.
- 8. Involving or causing a sudden and violent upheaval or disaster.
- 10. Harmful or damaging in its effects.
- 12. The ability to recover, adapt, or bounce back from adversity, challenges, or difficult circumstances.
- 13. The act of seizing or taking control of something, especially by force or without right.
- 15. A feeling or belief of being lower in status, worth, or importance compared to others.
- 16. A break, separation, or discontinuity; in this context, referring to the disruption or loss of indigenous knowledge systems and cultural practices.
- 17. The basic structure or framework of something; in this context, referring to the social and economic organization of indigenous communities.
- 18. The process by which a foreign power establishes control over a territory and its people, often involving the imposition of cultural, economic, and political dominance.
- 20. The process of adopting or absorbing the cultural practices, beliefs, and values of a dominant group, often resulting in the loss or erasure of one's own cultural identity.
- 1. The means by which individuals or communities obtain the basic necessities of life, such as food, shelter, and clothing.
- 2. A significant difference or inequality between two or more things, often referring to disparities in health outcomes, access to resources, or socio-economic status.
- 4. A state of being alienated or separated from something or someone; in this case, referring to indigenous peoples being separated from their ancestral lands.
- 7. Relating to the social and cultural aspects of a society, including its customs, traditions, and ways of life.
- 9. The policy or practice of extending a country's power and influence through colonization, economic domination, or political control.
- 11. The act or process of restoring friendly relationships or resolving conflicts, often referring to efforts aimed at healing historical wounds and promoting understanding between different groups.
- 14. Forced or compelled to do something against one's will.
- 19. Not able to be forgotten or removed; leaving a permanent mark or impression.