Pigment Privilage

& the political and social aspects of the implementation of Policy and Social Inequality

This symbolizes the scene in Black Hawk Down when the chopper was shot down by Samalian militia and following that attack, townspeople ambushed the helicopter, killing all that were on the plane.
In the African Colonialism article, this piece depicts how Africa is a land with vast resources. Europeans from a variety of countries that were displaced following the Industrial Revolution came to Africa in search of mainly a new beginning, profit, or to gain political preeminence back in Europe.
Also from the Colonialism article, Assimilation of the European culture on the African cultures was prevalent. Countries began setting up governments in these colonies, which ultimately forced the Africans into a whole new way of living.
This piece symbolizes the resistance between African tribes and the European Countries invading Africa.
"The first man to claim land and say 'mine', was the first true founder of society" (pg. 161) Greed became a trait prevalent in society once one was able to gain property. Because of this event, people were wanting to have their own piece by any means necessary.
In Rousseau, there are two of inequality: Natural/Physical inequality and Political inequality (pg.1), which is symbolized in this painting. Political inequality depends on a kind of convention and is established (or authorized) by common consent of mankind. This basically consists in different classes of society.
Also related to Rousseau, the political state of society was imperfect. Instead of starting over and rebuilding, it has been constant adjusting to the system and it still has deemed successful. If the rules were destroyed, people won't feel obligated to obey the leader. People would just go back to their natural state.
Wollstonecraft believed that some men will argue that women shouldn't be educated because they will start striving for things society will never give them. One thing is more power and leadership in society.
Wollstonecraft: Women holding it down for themselves. Don't need a man to provide
Wollstonecraft argues that the lack of education to women teaches them to be superficial and displayed as trophies to men.
During the Apartheid era, in geological terms, Apartheid contained African citizens to village towns while whites freely lived in surrounding areas.
Nelson Mandela, along with Desmond Tutu and a few others of the National African Congress, were the main fighters to stop the reign of Apartheid on their native people.
Nelson Mandela was one of the most heralded people in the history of South Africa. As a man who fought peacefully, but efficiently to stop the reign of apartheid (which is similar to the Civil Rights Movement here in the United States), Mandela became the first democratic President of the Republic of South Africa.
The waves of political leaders following Mandela (giant wave) have not made the same monumental impact as their predecessor as corruption and poverty have swept the Republic of South Africa into slight turmoil.
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