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African American People In The 19th Century

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Until the late 19th century, which was to say until European Colonization, Tutsis people were represented as the aristocratic upper classes. (Hutus) people were represented as the peasant masses. The European people brought with them an idea of race science, and people took this tradition structure and made it more extreme and more polarized into a some sort of sytem. Identity cards were issued and (Tutsis) people were privileged for all things and Hutus people were made into a very oppressed mass.
In the late 50s, early 60s, at that time the rumblings towards independence people were taking place across Africa. What happened in (Rwanda) for independence people was a Hutu revolution in the name of mojority rule that reversed the dictatorship
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