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Race & Gender Genocide
Examples of prejudice ideologiesAtavism Racial Superiority
Holocaust Rwanda Darfur
Location: Germany Offender: Adolf Hitler & Nazi Germany Victim: Jews, Slavs, Gypsies, Gays & Lesbians Time Frame: Death Toll: Between 12 & million
Location: Rwanda, AfricaOffender: Rebel group Victim: Tutsi & Hutu people Time Frame: April- June 1994 Death Toll: 800,000
Location: Sudan Offender: Janjaweed Militia Victims: North & South Sudanese people Time Frame: present Death Toll: at least 200,000
Offender: United States Government Victim: minorities Location: United States of America Offender: United States Government Victim: minorities Time Frame: Death Toll: unknown
South Carolina Slave CodesExecutive order # 9066 Indian Removal Act Dawes Severalty Act Plessy v. Ferguson
International Criminal Court Center for the Prevention of GenocideGeneva Convention United Nations Prevention of Genocide Act
What is Genocide? "Genocide," a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethical, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy.
Genocide & Lessons Learned:
U.N. Definition of Genocide Est. December 1948 Genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national,
Any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group Killing members of.
Made by Genocide Genocide is a crime of killing many people who are all part of religious group or some sort of similar group. Genocide is usually done.
Genocide Memorial Day: 27 th January Discussion Point: Why is 27 th January significant? (answer will follow later) Discussion Point: Why is 27 th January.
THE HOLOCAUST Historical Information. Holocaust Holocaust: The persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime. Holocaust:
World War II and the Rise of Nazi Germany Post-World War I Treaty of Versailles punished Germany –War Guilt Clause HUGE $$ reparations Lost the Sudetenland.
Rwandan Genocide / Genocide in Darfur (Sudan).
Human Rights Violations. Russian Pogroms Russia was a vast empire with many different ethnic minorities. The czars wanted to maintain tight control over.
The Darfur genocide By: Owen Young, Chase Gardner, Mike Hall.
Readings: Smith, et., GENOCIDE IN 20 TH CENTURY Genocide had very specific form in 20 th century. Armenian Genocide had roots in late 19 th century.
WWII – War Crimes. War Crimes During WWII, brutal crimes were committed against the innocent by all countries involved in war Millions of innocent people.
Holocaust Quiz 1.How many Jews were killed during the Holocaust? 2. In addition to Jews, name at least three other groups that were victims of the Holocaust.
Holocaust and Genocide
HoloCAust memorial Museum Washington D.C., U.S.A.
Holocaust Genocide Death Murder Sin Prejudice Hate Horror What do you call it?
7 th Grade SS 7 th Grade SS Marking Period #4 EXAM JEOPARDY REVIEW.
Genocide is the systematic extermination of a group of people on the basis of a defining characteristic.
WORLD GENOCIDES / Armenia / Cambodia / Rwanda / Darfur / Armenia / Cambodia / Rwanda / Darfur.
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