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Meritocracy Colonialism Revisionist History Fix it Equity
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Why does Meritocracy not work?
Due to systematic inequalities.
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What is Colonialism?
the policy or practice of acquiring full or partial political control over another country, occupying it with settlers, and exploiting it economically. (Similiar answer accepted)
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Aaliyah now owns all national horse clubs. She writes a book about the story of all riding horses to have originated from British riders. This is an example of______
Revisionist History
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You don't know nothing about me.
You don't know anything about me.
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What is the difference between equity and equality?
Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities. Equity recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome.
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Words for types of perspectives that negatively affect Meritocracy?
Racism, Prejudice, Bigotry, Xenophobia, Orientalism (ANY of the above accepted)
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What colonized countries have you lived in?
Any country except Saudi Arabia, Iran, Thailand, China, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, and Ethiopia.
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______________ _____________ was the first to arrive in North America is an example of revisionist history.
Christopher Columbus
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I was being sad at recess.
I was sad at recess.
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Someone broke their leg so we all get crutches is an example of __________.
equality
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Do some groups have more bad people naturally?
No, لا
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What groupS were in Canada prior to Colonization?
First Nations (indigenous), Inuit, Metis,
Coast Salish peoples
Nuxálk (Bella Coola; not linguistically Coast Salish)
Kimsquit
Tallheo
Stuie
Kwatna
Shishalh (Sechelt)
Squamish
Pentlatch (a.k.a. Puntledge, extinct)
Qualicum
Comox-speaking:
K'omoks (Kwak'wala speaking today)
Sliammon
Homalco
Klahoose
Halkomelem-speaking
Hulqiminum (Island Halkomelem):
Snuneymuxw (Nanaimo)
Cowichan
Somena (S’amuna’)
Quw'utsun
Quamichan
Clemclemaluts (L’uml’umuluts)
Comiaken (Qwum’yiqun’)
Khenipsen (Hinupsum)
Kilpahlas (Tl’ulpalus)
Koksilah (Hwulqwselu)
Penelakut
Hwlitsum (Lamalcha or Lamalchi)
Hunquminum (Downriver Halkomelem)
Musqueam
Tsleil-Waututh (Burrard)
Katzie
Kwantlen
Kwikwetlem (Coquitlam)
Snokomish (extinct)
Tsawwassen
Halqemeylem (Upriver Halkomelem)
Sts'Ailes (Chehalis)
Sto:lo (Fraser River Salish)
Aitchelitz
Leq' a: mel
Matsqui
Popkum
Skway
Skawahlook
Skowkale
Squiala
Sumas
Tzeachten
Yakweakwioose
Chawathil
Cheam
Kwaw-kwaw-Apilt
Scowlitz (Scaulits)
Seabird Island
Shxw'ow'hamel
Soowahlie
North Straits Salish-speaking
Songhees (a.k.a. Songish, a.k.a. Lekwungen)
T'Souke (Sooke)
Semiahmoo
Malahat
Lummi
Klallam
Tsartlip
Tsawout
Tseycum
Pauquachin
Esquimalt
New Westminster (no language affiliation)
Tsimshianic peoples (Northern Mainland)
Tsimshian (Sm'algyax speaking)
Gitxsan (Gitxsanimaax speaking)
Nisga'a
Haida (Haad kil speaking)
Southern Wakashan peoples
Nuu-chah-nulth (incorrectly called Nootka)
Tla-o-qui-aht (Clayoquot)
Mowachaht-Muchalaht
Ahousaht (formed from the merger of the Ahousaht and Kelsemeht bands in 1951)
Ehattesaht
Hesquiaht
Cheklesahht
Kyuquot
Nuchatlaht
Huu-ay-aht (formerly Ohiaht)
Hupacasath (formerly Opetchesaht)
Toquaht
Tseshaht
Uchucklesaht
Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ (Ucluelet)
Ditidaht
Pacheedaht
Northern Wakashan peoples (Central Coast)
Kwakwaka'wakw
Laich-kwil-tach (Euclataws/Yuculta a.k.a. Southern Kwakiutl)
Weewaikai (Cape Mudge)
Wewaykum (Campbell River)
Kwiakah
Koskimo
'Namgis (Nimpkish)
Haisla (Kitamaat)
Henaksiala
Heiltsuk (Bella Bella, at the community of the same name)
Wuikinuxv (Owekeeno)
Tsetsaut (extinct Athapaskan-speakers)
British Columbia Interior
Inland Tlingit
Áa Tlein Kwáan (Atlin people)
Deisleen Kwáan (Teslin people)
Athabascan
Dakelh (Carrier)
Wet'suwet'en
Lheidli T'enneh
Dene-thah (Slavey)
Tsilhqot'in (Chilcotin)
Sekani
Dunne-Za (Beaver)
Nicola Athapaskans (extinct)
Tahltan
Kaska Dena
Interior Salish
Nlaka'pamux (Thompson people)
Okanagan
Secwepemc (Shuswap)
Simpcw
Sinixt (Lakes)
St'at'imc people (Lillooet) people
Lil'wat
Lower Stl'atl'imx (Skatin, Semahquam, Xa'xtsa)
Nequatque
Ktunaxa (Kootenay)
Plains
Main article: Plains Indians
These people traditionally used tipis covered with skins as their homes. Their main sustenance was the bison, which they used as food, as well as for all their garments. The leaders of some Plains tribes wore large headdresses made of feathers, something which is wrongfully attributed by some to all First Nations peoples. Major ethnicities include the:

Anishinaabe
Plains-Ojibwa
Blackfoot
Kainai (Blood)
North Peigan
Siksika
Dene
Chipewyan
Nakoda
Assiniboine
Stoney
Plains-Cree
Tasttine (Beaver)
Tsuut'ina (Sarcee)
Plateau
Ktunaxa
Okanagan
Sinixt
St'at'imc (Lillooet)
Nicola
Nlaka'pamux (Thompson)
Secwepemc (Shuswap)
Western subarctic
These peoples live in the boreal forest in what are now Canada's western provinces and territories. They were originally hunter-gatherers dependent on caribou, moose and the fur trade. Most spoke Athapaskan languages except the Crees and Inland Tlingit. Major ethnicities in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and the northern parts of the western provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba) include the following:

Cree
Dene
Chipewyan
Sahtu (includes Bearlake, Hare and Mountain peoples)
Slavey
Tlicho
Yellowknives
Dunneza (also Dunne-za, Beaver, Tasttine)
Gwich'in (Kutchin, Loucheaux)
Hän
Kaska
Tagish
Tahltan
Inland Tlingit
Southern and Northern Tutchone
Woodlands and eastern subarctic
Further information: Indigenous peoples of the Northeastern Eastern Woodlands and Indigenous peoples of the Subarctic
Major ethnicities include the:

Anishinaabe
Algonquin
Nipissing
Ojibwa
Mississaugas
Saulteaux
Oji-cree
Ottawa (Odawa)
Potawatomi
Cree
Innu
Naskapi
Atlantic coastal region
Beothuk (Newfoundland extinct)
Innu (Labrador)
Maliseet
Mi'kmaq (Micmac)
Passamaquoddy
Hydin
St. Lawrence River Valley
The largest First Nations group near the St. Lawrence waterway are the Iroquois. This area also includes the Wyandot (formerly referred to as the Huron) peoples of central Ontario, and the League of Five Nations who had lived in the United States, south of Lake Ontario. Major ethnicities include the:

Anishinaabe
Algonquin
Nipissing
Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)
Cayuga (Guyohkohnyo)
Mohawk (Kanien'kéhaka)
Oneida (Onayotekaono)
Onondaga (Onundagaono)
Seneca (Onondowahgah)
Tuscarora (Ska-Ruh-Reh)
Munsee branch of the Lenape (Delawares)
Neutral
Petun (Tobacco)
Wyandot (Huron)
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Revisionist History is used to excuse ___________.
prejudices, power, colonization, racism, hidden knowledge, + any response related to this.
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The roses lost there petals in the soft, cold breeze of morning tears.
The roses lost their petals in the soft, cold breeze of morning tears.
300
Define affirmative action hiring.
What Is Affirmative Action? Affirmative action refers to policies and programs that are designed to actively promote equal opportunity in the workplace or in education for people regardless...
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Munir cannot have this job because John's father has already talked to his friends about hiring John is potentially an example of ...
Meritocracy (Hello it's the section you chose)
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Colonization benefits ________________
The colonizers (though not necessarily from an Islamic perspective)
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When "settlers" take over land they excuse their actions by saying things such as....
No one was there, They needed our help, they were dangerous, we owned this land originally, + any response related to this.
400
Ms. I'm doned.
Ms, I'm done.
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Sarah needs to sit close to the board to see better, but Hasan wants to sit up front because it won't be fair is Sarah sits up front if he can't is not an example of ____________
equity
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True of False:
In Canada, all happening are based on people's natural merits and abilities. There is never an unfair disadvantage.
False
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Did Ms. Katherine colonize MMA?
NO!
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Revisionist History uses perspectives to refutes ___________.
facts
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Let's read an book and then we go walking and get ice cream.
Let's read a book. Then we go for a walk and get icecream.
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Raneem, Rayaan and Rokaya each receiving adaptations in class to meet their learning needs is an example of ________________.
equity (also differentiation)




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