'Crimes Against Humanity' and Stereotypes
This paper examines the issue of Native-American stereotypes in the U.S. concentrating on Ward Churchill's essay "Crimes Against Humanity".
# 123670 | 1,250 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Sociology (Theory) , Native-American Studies (General) , Holocaust Studies (General)
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An analysis of Ward Churchill's essay "Crimes Against Humanity," focusing on three main points in the essay about the use of racism, prejudice and stereotypes related to Native-Americans in contemporary U.S. culture. Three outside sources are used to support the author's main points.
From the Paper:"Ward Churchill's essay 'Crimes Against Humanity' argues that the pervasive and continued use of Native-American stereotypes in media imagery sports branding and product branding in American culture equates to complicity in genocide against Native-Americans. Churchill argues that the anti-Semitic invective in Julius Streicher's Der Sturmer incited violence against Jews to the point where the publisher was held by the Nuremburg War Crimes Tribunal to be complicit in genocide and deserving of death by hanging. Churchill argues in 'Crimes Against Humanity' that the continued ..."
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