Impacts of Historical Globalization.

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6 SOCIAL STUDIES 10-1 IMPACTS OF HISTORICAL GLOBALIZATION Prepared by the Social Studies Department Bishop Carroll High School SOCIAL STUDIES 10-1 IMPACTS OF HISTORICAL GLOBALIZATION (4 units) |Key Issue: To what extent should we embrace globalization? | | | |Related Issue 2: To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of | |historical globalization?…show more content…
d. How does she hope to change the future? I Lost My Talk I lost my talk The talk you took away. When I was a little girl At Shubenacadie school. You snatched it away: I speak like you I think like you I create like you The scrambled ballad, about my world. Two ways I talk Both ways I say, Your way is more powerful. So gently I offer my hand and ask, Let me find my talk So I can teach you about me. 5. The following is a quotation, from Brian Maracle's book Crazywater in which the subject is explaining why native alcoholism is connected to the residential schools: "Figure it this way, over sixty thousand natives were processed through those schools since they started and you got generation on generation just piled on top and now we're trying to figure out, "What is love?" How in the hell are you supposed to know how to f---in' love when you're not given love for ten months out of every year? It's obvious they don't know how to love. They ran away because they knew there was something missing. They didn't have it. Same thing with me... The question is not, "Why do we drink?" Ask first the question, "Do you know how to love?" And you'll find a very thin line between them because they come from each other. You booze because you can't love and you booze under the guise of pretending that you can." Why do you think that the experience in a
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