The impact of colonization on indigenous peoples around the world

  1. 3. The social, economic, or political exclusion or disadvantage of certain groups, often resulting in their limited access to resources, opportunities, and rights.
  2. 5. A powerful and turbulent whirlpool; metaphorically, describing a state of chaos, confusion, or upheaval.
  3. 6. Pertaining to or resembling an earthquake; figuratively, describing a significant or far-reaching impact or effect.
  4. 8. Involving or causing a sudden and violent upheaval or disaster.
  5. 10. Harmful or damaging in its effects.
  6. 12. The ability to recover, adapt, or bounce back from adversity, challenges, or difficult circumstances.
  7. 13. The act of seizing or taking control of something, especially by force or without right.
  8. 15. A feeling or belief of being lower in status, worth, or importance compared to others.
  9. 16. A break, separation, or discontinuity; in this context, referring to the disruption or loss of indigenous knowledge systems and cultural practices.
  10. 17. The basic structure or framework of something; in this context, referring to the social and economic organization of indigenous communities.
  11. 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.
  12. 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. 1. The means by which individuals or communities obtain the basic necessities of life, such as food, shelter, and clothing.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 7. Relating to the social and cultural aspects of a society, including its customs, traditions, and ways of life.
  5. 9. The policy or practice of extending a country's power and influence through colonization, economic domination, or political control.
  6. 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.
  7. 14. Forced or compelled to do something against one's will.
  8. 19. Not able to be forgotten or removed; leaving a permanent mark or impression.