Legacy of Rwanda

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Legacies of Rwanda, Spanish, and Residential schools. To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of historical globalization? Historical Globalization affected the entire world in the start of 1492; War, Genocide, and prejudice are all affects of historical globalization. When helping all the races, and people affected by historical globalization should be left for the citizens and the Government should be responsible about it. Three cultures were affected by historical Globalization; Rwanda, First Nations, and the Spanish Conquest The first case study is about Residential Schools, how it affected the First Nations, and How it has affected today’s society? In 1857, Canada passed the gradual Civilization…show more content…
Among these people were Francisco Hernandez de Córdoba and Juan de Grijalba who, under the orders of Diego Veláquez, who is the Spanish governor of Cuba, Set out on ill- Fated ventures to the Yucatan and Mexico's gulf coast (1517 - 1518). Diego Veláquez Commissioned Hernan Cortés to lead a new expedition westward. Hernan Cortés ransomed fellow Spaniard Geronimo De Aguilar who had been forced to live among the Mayas after surviving a 1511 shipwreck during one of His expeditions. Aguilar ended up being a translator for Cortés. When Cortés explored farther north, They then met another tribe that spoke a different language. When the Spanish defeated a tabascan Chieftain at Potonchán, it included a gift of 20 native women, one of whom was able to speak both Náhuatl and Mayan tongue fluently. She then got baptized with a Spanish name, Marina, and took the Task of translating the Náhuatl and Mayan to Aguilar, who then told it in Spanish. Marina soon became Cortés' mistress. Later on, she gave birth to his son, Martin, who was the first mixed-blood Mexican. Tenochitlán, Montezuma was in a quandary as to how to best deal with the Spanish. Ancient Legends Have said that Quetzalcoatl, the bearded, fair skinned Toltec ruler-god, would return from the east in The year Ce Acatl (1519) to reclaim his kingdom. The waters of Lake Texcoco had started to boil, flooding The island of their capital city. Moctezuma
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