One last physical characteristic that Dalia has is that she is very active therefore; she is the slimmest out of all of my sisters. Odalys on the other hand is completely different from Dalia. Odalys maybe the smallest one out of my sisters, but she is sure taller than Dalia. Odalys is taller than Dalia by four inches and she is proud of it. Unlike Dalia, Odalys has a rounder face.
Deep in the heart of Africa lies a small, seemingly insignificant country that is Rwanda. To many, Rwanda is just another impoverished African country, when in fact, it is the home to one of the largest and most efficient mass killings the world had ever encountered. The Rwandan genocide, like all genocides in general, are often viewed as inhumane and inexcusable, bringing forth a scarring image of death that would resonate among all humanity. Generally, genocides share similar characteristics in that they are usually caused by racial animosity towards a specific group of people along with the belief that those who are inferior are the cause of misfortune and the source of major problems. In this case, Rwandan Tutsis were atrociously massacred
Tim Walz once said, “You must understand what caused genocide to happen. Or it will happen again.” One of the most famously proclaimed genocides in history is Hitler’s persecution of the Jewish people, but that is not where the killing stops. There have been hundreds of deliberate mass killings just like that throughout history. One of the most horrifying took place in the small country of Cambodia in the late 1900’s. This genocide was marked by its ruthless tyrant and it’s dehumanization factor.
Studies show that obesity rates in the Philippine are nowhere near the 50% used in America. Compared to American standards, even the chubbiest Filipino is a super-model. In addition to this, Filipinos are not very tall, they have stunning & healthy black hair and naturally tanned skin (a welcome change for most men). 6. “Filipinas are bad at English.” Quite the contrary!
Before the Europeans entered, the chieftaincy system was such that both Hutus and Tutsis ruled the land. The Belgians, however, simplified the chieftaincy system, reducing its numbers and concentrating power in the hands of the Tutsi. Further, the Belgians oversaw a land reform process in which grazing areas traditionally under the control of the Hutus were seized and given to the Tutsis. In the 1930s, the Belgians introduced large-scale projects in health, education, and agriculture, but mainly for the use and implementation by the Tutsi. As a result, Tutsi supremacy remained, even though these measures did industrialize Rwanda.
The history of Hutus and Tutsis go back to the time when they first got colonized by the French. No one really knows how and why Hutus and Tutsis came to be but they hypothesized that Hutus worked in with cattle and Tutsis worked in agricultural fields. Slowly the Tutsis came into power and ruled Rwanda; this pulled the separation and difference of the two groups apart because of social class differences. The Hutus soon grew hatred towards the Tutsis and started the civil wars which lead to the genocide. The life of the Tutsis during the time turned for the worse after several years of fights that broke out between Rwanda and neighboring countries.
Part two of the Northeast covers the death and destruction those europeans caused with diseases, where 90% of the population died in some instances. Pure greed over their land, with the terrible massacres that happened to the tribes was also covered and how they wore down the Indian’s to not fight. The Southeast covers generally the same tragic situations that took place with the tribes in that region. It also covers the distinction of the farming techniques they acquired along with trading techniques and their cultural relationships among other natives and Europeans. The Southwest covers archeological questions and the deep history with many tribes including the Apacheans who migrated southwards from Canada and Alaska.
Why do we dispute this “historically marginalized population” term? In Rwanda, all ethnic groups have been marginalized in one or another way. For example, Hutu claimed that they have been marginalized by Tutsi for many years during the Tutsi Kingdom . By definition of the Rwandan government of “historically marginalized people”, Hutu may need emancipation. On the other hand, Tutsi claim that they have been marginalized by Hutu from 1962 during the Hutu Republics until 1994 when the country was liberated by Kagame .
In general, no single one gender or racial, and ethnic group is smarter than the other. As research indicates that both similarities and differences do exist between the IQ scores of male and females, there are actually more gender similarities than differences in intelligence overall. For example, in 1932 when all Scottish boys and girls aged 11 were tested, it was found that the girls' average intelligence score was 100.6 and for boys was 100.5, which fairly shows similarity. Although, there are some gender differences in intelligence like in spelling, verbal ability, nonverbal memory, emotion-detecting ability, math and spatial aptitudes. Girls generally score better than boys on tests measuring spelling ability, so they can be considered to be better spellers.
Today’s ideal appearance of a man or a woman is not the same as it was a hundred years ago, nor will it be the same in the future. Throughout history, being underweight was typically frowned upon as it was a sign of poverty, people consider obesity to represent prestige and were often admired. During the renaissance period, the ideal body of a woman was a full figured body. Women had full hips, a rounded stomach and were overweight, these women were the most desirable and attractive. During the Renaissance, being thin or underweight was indication that an individual was poor and couldn’t afford food and being overweight represented favourable features of health and fertility during this time period.