Ppt on indian politics and youth

Seeing Systems of Racial Injustice Katie Hargrove Race and Restoration Summit Ozark Christian College February 22, 2016 Katie Hargrove Race and Restoration.

rate Neighborhood Home Peers Work/ School Social Services Industry Neighbors Mass Media Local Politics Worldview Ideology Laws Customs Religion and Values Asian American History High percentage of foreign language spoken at home Tension between parents and youth over culture adoption High percentage of foreign language spoken at home Tension between parents and youth over culture adoption Pressures as the ‘model minority’ Alienation from co- workers Routinely/

Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Racial and Ethnic Relations, Ninth Edition Joe R. Feagin Clairece Booher Feagin Racial.

and Ethnic Relations, Ninth Edition Joe R. Feagin Clairece Booher Feagin ORGANIZING: Asian-Indian Americans Because of relatively recent arrival in large numbers, have relatively little political visibility By 1990s, forming organizations designed to increase political influence and / on educational success Some, particularly suburban youth, have come to accept this stereotype of themselves Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Racial and Ethnic Relations, Ninth Edition Joe R./


are not politically motivated and are not concerned about the fortunes of any political party or in capturing political power, but are above party politics and are interested in other areas of nation-building and thus contribute to national integration and a focus on non-political issues. EXAMPLES: Non -Government ORGs Examples:World Vision,MCCSS,Action AID There are also government-organised NGOs such as Mahila Mandal, Youth Clubs,Co/

Work Participation amongst Indian Youth Sanjay Kumar Director Centre for the study of Developing Societies (CSDS) Delhi.

Plan Demand for Vocational Education has resulted in the Growth of Vocational Education and Training Institutes (ITI/ ITC) Source:- FICCI 2012 Report on Twelfth Five Year Plan The Indian Youth also share the view that unemployment is their biggest problem. But similar /graduates in Urban India (upto 29 years) Note: NSS0 Data But sadly issue of Unemployment is low on political radar, even youth do not consider this to be an important issue in election Most important problem that the government should address /

Problems and Issues Facing India

components like motor cases, inter-stages, heat shield, cryogenic engine, electronic modules all manufactured by public and private Indian industry. Kalpana Chawla was one of the seven astronauts in the Columbia space shuttle when it disintegrated over/their Homeland Political – Armed Conflict One consequence of the Sinhalese-Tamil conflict has been an armed conflict between the LTTE (Tamil Tigers) and Sinhalese government forces. When the Tamils’ peaceful demands were rejected, a group of youths formed the/

Healthiest Wisconsin 2020 Baseline and Health Disparities Report American Indian Population This chapter summarizes demographic and socioeconomic data.

cancer is almost always caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and can be prevented with HPV vaccination in youth.39,40 During 2006-2010, American Indian women had significantly higher cervical cancer incidence rates compared to White women/ DA, Richard P (2009). The Economic Burden of Health Inequalities in the United States. Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. http://www.jointcenter.org/sites/default/files/upload/research/files/The%20Economic% 20Burden%20of%20Health%20Inequalities%/

Chapters 20-22: Building a New Montana, A People’s Constitution, and Living in a New Montana.

music in own room (before, most families had one radio in the living room) – most liked rock and roll, which was new at the time. Youth culture – a feeling that urban young people had more in common with each other than with older people. A/ at UM, then entered politics and served Montana in both the House and the Senate. He was Senate Majority Leader for 16 years – the longest anyone has held that post – and U.S. Ambassador to Japan after he retired from the Senate. Relocation: Indians Paid to Move Away At/

Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Community and Strategic Planning (CASP) Curriculum Part I: Enhanced DMC Reduction Model.

be used: Compared with Jurisdictions reporting in 2006-7 and having 20,000 youth or more Black or African- American Hispanic or LatinoAsian Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islanders American Indian or Alaska Native Other/ Mixed All Minorities 2. Juvenile/Interpreting and Analyzing RRI Values to Drive Decision-Making (continued) Are best practices models for this decision point available and applicable? Is there support for DMC reduction within the affected minority group and within the political leadership/

Practice Test US History Unit Eight Instructions for Use: A.Click the mouse and a question will appear, some with answers to choose from, some without.

–American Indian Movement ___ was one of the most outspoken opponents of the ERA and the womens/Political Caucus. Phyllis Schlafly became well known for her efforts to a. get the Equal Rights Amendment ratified. b. defeat the Equal Rights Amendment. c. organize radical demonstrations for womens rights. d. reverse the Supreme Courts decision in Roe v. Wade. The members of the counterculture movement were mostly a. entertainers, artists, and musicians. b. Latinos and Native Americans. c. poor urban youths/

2012 Apartheid and South Africa. On your Left Side: Write down what you already know about South Africa and/or apartheid. Where do you know this information.

prohibited blacks from attending white institutions, with few exceptions, and established separate universities and colleges for Africans, coloureds, and Indians. By Mzoli Mncanca Apartheid Education  Bantu Education Act (/and textbooks. Education and Soweto This increase in secondary school attendance had a significant effect on youth culture. Previously, many young people spent the time between leaving primary school and obtaining a job (if they were lucky) in gangs, which generally lacked any political/

Unitarian Universalist Sankofa Project. Unitarian Universalism People of Color Ministry and Leadership.

. Among the UUs I knew as a youth, disagreement on matters political never devolved into personal attack. It was as though differences held together in one common place were expected and valued. I do not know if I am/saw as idolatry and superstition, it did provide a rational critique of religious thought and practice that contributed to the establishment of a secular, democratic Indian society. Abhi P. Janamanchi Sources: Kopf, David. The Brahmo Samaj and The Shaping of the Modern Indian Mind. Princeton/

Www.ushistory.org.  Reconstruction refers to the period following the Civil War of rebuilding the United States. It was a time of great pain and endless.

of finding suitable books as a youth, he helped build three thousand libraries. He built schools such as Carnegie-Mellon University and gave his money for artistic pursuits/ rushed across Oklahoma to grab a piece. Highlighted by a few gunshots, former Indian land was gobbled up in a matter of hours.  By nightfall, Oklahoma/The United States gained ownership of Guam and Puerto Rico from Spain as well as purchasing the Philippines for $20 Million, and political and economic control over Cuba through the Platt/


Liberal Constitution Liberal Constitution Reforms especially economics and political initiated. Reforms especially economics and political initiated. REACTION TO MODERATES Moderates stop reforms/joins non-aligned movement India, Pakistan remain in Commonwealth Indian establish democracy Suppress secessionist movements Congress party defeats radical /TO MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUO Vietnamese begin to organize Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth League Youth, urban workers Cao Dai Sect (Monarchist) Urban, lower middle /

 Counter Culture Rap  Did You Know? Tom Hayden and Al Haber founded Students for a Democratic Society in 1959. Hayden later became a California state.

California state legislator.  During the 1960s, a youth movement developed that challenged American politics, its social system, and the values of the time.  The beginning of the 1960s youth movement began in the 1950s. During the 1950s, / movement during the 1960s and 1970s?  (The Native American movement won some notable victories including the 1975 passage of the Indian Self- Determination and Educational Assistance Act, which increased funds for Native American education and enlarged tribal roles in /

Civil Rights and Social Movements in Canada: 1960’s & 1970’s.

Indians. The Women’s Movement (cont’d) By the time the commission’s report came in, Trudeau was prime minister. Trudeau created the Status of Women portfolio in cabinet. Ironically, the first minister was a man, Robert Andras. The department was mandated to promote gender equality and to ensure the full participation of women in economic, social, cultural, and political/ in Vietnam was a defining issue for youth counterculture in Canada. At least 20,000 draft dodgers and 12,000 deserters came to Canada for /

Colonies Become New Nations & Struggles for Democracy Pre-AP World History Unit #15 Chapters 34 and 35.

the nationalists by promising governmental changes after the war. But the offer did not include Indian independence. Closure Question #1: Why might India’s political and economic success be so crucial to the future of democracy in Asia? (At least/policies produced striking changes in Chinese life. As incomes increased, people began to buy appliance and televisions. Chinese youths now wore stylish clothes and listened to Western music. Gleaming hotels filled with foreign tourists symbolized China’s new policy/

THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA Let New India arise- out of the peasant’s cottage, grasping the plough; out of the huts of fisherman, the cobbler and the sweeper.

problem, un-employment, adult age problem etc form our society. When there will be more number of men in our society then political reform, economical reform, educational reform, health care reform etc will takes place automatically. We have again taken up the job which is/ I.e. to prepare the mind of the Indian youth for the re-build India. This job is basically to work on the mind of the people and make a strong youth work force to transform India and make it rejuvenated more glorious than before it was./

A Time of Social Change The Rise of the Youth Movement The youth movement originated with the baby boomers. They made up 58.2% of the total 35 years.

years old. On college campuses across the nation that youth protest movements began and reached their peak. Formation of the “New Left” Young adults who believed a small, wealthy elite controlled politics, and wealth. The Free Speech Movement 1964, the university/major force behind the larger Red Power movement. Aim called for renewal of traditional cultures, economic independence, and better education for Indian children. AIM sometimes took drastic steps to accomplish it’s goals. In 1973 at Wounded Knee, /

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance (1844)

his fathers unmarried sister, was the dominant influence of Emersons childhood and youth. She anticipated, especially in her openness to natural religion, /this principle of the unity of the race, and to discover how fully and how beneficently it is fraught with international, political, and social revolutions. What to the Slave Is the /the conditions in which it furnishes, or perish, and so he fits himself into the Indian clearings and follows the Indian trails The Significance of the Frontier in American /

LUCKHNOW PACT 1913 1. BACKGROUND  First decade of 20 th century was bit peaceful  Muslim youth was charged  Annulment of Partition of Bangal  Kanpur.

youth was charged  Annulment of Partition of Bangal  Kanpur Masjid’s incident 1913  Refusal of establishing Muslim university  Quaid-e-Azam joined Muslim league in 1913 after that he started to work for Hindu Muslim unity, understanding and /political life  It was an important milestone in the history of sub- continent, due to this agreement congress gave protection to all due rights of Muslims and Muslim league 13 The Quaid 14 15 Of Ms.Naidoo  He is a future Viceroy if this policy of Indianization/

Evidence Based Practices, Practice Based Evidence and Community Defined Evidence in Multicultural Mental Health NAMI Annual Convention Orlando, Florida.

view Domains and Variables Transactional Language Engagement Synchronous goals Relationship Engaging youth, families, & consumers in research Availability of providers Contextual SES Immigration status Generation in US Degree of political power Transnationalism/: A Meta-Analytic Review. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice Training, 43, No. 4, 531-548. Indian Country Child Trauma Center, www.icctc.org Indian Country Child Trauma Center, www.icctc.orgwww.icctc.org Isaacs, M.R., Huang, L. M., Hernandez,/

An Overview of Scouting History in the US and World

non-political education movement for young people, open to all without distinction of origin, race, or creed, in accordance with the purpose, principles and method /Indian program a great influence on Camp Fire program. Camp Fire The BSA viewed Camp Fire as their counterpart for girls and not the GSUSA. James West was member of their Executive Board. Same people involved in both groups. Camp Fire went co-ed in 1975. Renamed Camp Fire USA in 2001. Today has 125 Councils in 40 states, serving 630,000 youth/

Understanding the Indian consumer and their psyche Nyenrode Business Universiteit 28.9.2012.

from I?’ is more important than ‘What am I?’ Defining Value System Age & YouthfulnessIndian value system respects for the wisdom and experience of older generation. Happiness & Adaptability – In India, materialistic gain is not /Indian Marriage System Festivals: The common saying is: There are 13 festivals in 12 months. Big ones like- Diwali, Holi etc. (officially there are 240 festivals in India, unofficially it will be meaningless to calculate) Respect to elders Cricket, Movies (Bollywood), Politics and/

The Great Depression 1929-1941 The economy was in severe decline & millions of Americans were out of work and/or homeless.

a town called Paint Rock. Dozens of armed men rounded up nine black youths and took them to jail. They were about to be charged with assault when two/Harold Ickes, seated at the center, & John Collier, head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, who developed the legislation. A New Deal Coalition – Although New Deal Policies / he initiated. Even today, reforms begun under the New Deal continue to influence American politics and society. By 1937, the economy had improved enough to convince many Americans that the/

Civil Wrongs and Civil Rights, 1950-1975. Civil Wrongs and Civil Rights, 1945-1965 Origins of Social Movements Origins of Social Movements Moderate Approaches.

rights Voting rights, legal aid, education, health, sovereignty, political lobbying, land rights Post-War Termination Agenda Post-War shift in Indian policy Post-War shift in Indian policy End federal trust relationship End federal trust relationship Environment of post-war conservatism Dissolve reservations Environment of post-war conservatism Dissolve reservations Assimilate land and culture Assimilate land and culture Cynically borrowed rhetoric from Civil Rights Movement/

"We are a party with a glorious past. We are the party of the future, It is for us to ensure that it holds out hope for each and every Indian. That is.

bloodshed; the activists however wanted to follow a revolutionary path and make it a militant organization The post-independence era, when the party has enjoyed a prominent place in Indian politics, ruling the country for 48 of the 60 years since /suspected Muslim terrorists. However, authorities recently arrested eleven Hindus, including an Indian Army Lieutenant Colonel. Police identified five of those arrested as having ties to the BJPs youth wing in their earlier years. Two others had ties to a recent /

Coalition-Building in American Indian Communities October 13, 2011 Albert Gay, M.S.

Indian Communities October 13, 2011 Albert Gay, M.S. Objectives To define “coalition” To explain the purpose of a coalition To list community groups that should be “at the table” To identify barriers and plan around them To improve coalition recruitment and/ that: Is Sector-Specific Culturally Politically Acknowledges Barriers Is Strategic in Placement/1999). Two critical factors in collaboration on behalf of children, youth, and families. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 91 (2), 73-78. Thompson, M/

Spreading Ideas of Freedom to Youth: Perspectives from India and beyond EFN Asia conference ‘09 Spreading Ideas of Freedom to Youth: Perspectives from.

channelise the pragmatism of this generation to form a vision for a freer world ? ...youth initiative...Aim to equip youth to apply ideas for freedom as emerging leaders..registered trust in India “....a liberal movement of individuals and groups collaborating to create access and choice in social, cultural, economic, political and environmental spheres for a freer India” We are a.. We are committed to the creation/

1 ‘ Race ’, Difference, and the Inclusive Society Teresa Staniewicz Office: R3.09 Office Hours in Term 1 Wednesdays 11.15am-12.15pm.

late-1960’s (3) The preferred solution to these problems (other than the political right represented by people like Enoch Powell – who advocated repatriation) was assimilation /be well thought through, and give weight to the concerns of poor White youth. School Exclusions (1) African Caribbean youth (a.k.a. ‘Black youth’) have for decades been / picture is as follows: The Labour Market: background issues (3) Those of Indian and East African Asian origin, along with the Chinese, tend to do best in employment/

The Fight for Equality I.Jim Crow Laws II.Education (Plessy vs. Ferguson and Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education II.The South Resists III.Montgomery Bus.

did drugs  A. New young culture developing  1. long hair and unusual clothes  2. beads  3. Indian headbands  4. Rock and roll  5. freedom-- ” do your own thing ”  6. called “ hippies ” or “ flower children ”  7. many did drugs  B. On the other side, many youth:  1. got involved in community  2. got involved in politics  3. cleaned up environment  4. anti-war protests  B. On/

9. William Henry Harrison 1841(Whig). William Henry Harrison was born into the Prominent Political Harrison Family in 1773. The Harrison’s were one of.

Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers, and the he himself signed the Treaty of Greenville in 1795.This treaty opened the present day territory of Ohio to westward –bound settlers. In 1797 Harrison resigned from the army and sought political/to capitalize on any of his campaign promises Politcal Born into a prominent political family, Had never dreamed of holding a political office during his youth, Held numerous political offices before being elected President, Served in both Houses of Congress. /

The Fight for Equality I.Jim Crow Laws II.Education (Plessy vs. Ferguson and Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education II.The South Resists III.Montgomery Bus.

did drugs  A. New young culture developing  1. long hair and unusual clothes  2. beads  3. Indian headbands  4. Rock and roll  5. freedom-- ” do your own thing ”  6. called “ hippies ” or “ flower children ”  7. many did drugs  B. On the other side, many youth:  1. got involved in community  2. got involved in politics  3. cleaned up environment  4. anti-war protests  B. On/

Era of Social Change 1960-1980 Chapter 23. The Growth of the Youth Movement During the 1960s a youth movement developed that challenged American politics,

-1980 Chapter 23 The Growth of the Youth Movement During the 1960s a youth movement developed that challenged American politics, its social system and the values of the time. The beginning of the 1960s actually began in the 1950s. During the 1950s the nation had a boom in economy that not all Americans enjoyed. Some Americans especially writers and artist of the “beat” movement openly/

1 The cultural political economy of embedding neoliberalism in Uganda An analysis of changes in the relationships and trade practices (moral economy) between.

of BC: Colonial economy, cooperatives, post-colonial economy, move to the left, expulsion of the Indians, magendo (smuggling), profiteering, political turmoil, corruption, enriching schemes of parts of elite, cooperatives crisis...; in short: some degree of / coffee again and farmers supply to it Overall, farmers worry about future: incomes, morals, chances for the children/youth, country, politics Overall, farmers worry about future: incomes, morals, chances for the children/youth, country, politics 37 JW,/


Native Americans gave them greater visibility and political clout 1961, several hundred Native Americans asked the government for the right to help make decisions about programs and budgets for the tribes – National Indian Youth Council aimed at reestablishing national pride Indians in the late 1960s and 1970s successfully promoted their own values and designs – Indian fashions became more common, museums and galleries displayed Indian art and Indian jewelry found a new market – The/


Education –Latino Youth Leadership TrainingLatino Youth Leadership Training La Raza Unida-1970 Founded to gain more political power for Latinos Latino candidates ran various offices around the country. Beginning of emergence of Latino political power. Still exists today, working to further Latino political powerStill exists today, working to further Latino political power The Feminist MOvement 1960s1960s Feminism: the belief that women should have economic, political, and social equality/

 Public Accommodations, Schools, Housing, Marriage, Workplace, and Politics were SEGREGATED  The Civil Rights Act of 1875 outlawed segregation of all.

.  1972 Indian education Act  1975 Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act- Native Americans had more control in their children’s education  1970- Regained possession of Blue Lake in New Mexico  Betty Friedan- wrote “The Feminine Mystique” discussing how women want more in life. “the problem that has no name” Women were dissatisfied  Feminism- belief that women should have economic, social, and political equality with/

India and Great Britain p. 406-407 Warm Up Questions  What two groups were formed before the people of India began to think about independence?  What.

The Congress began a series of passive, or nonviolent, resistance led by Mohandas Gandhi  Indian political party, founded in 1885  Its founding members proposed economic reforms and wanted a larger role in the making of British policy for India  Eventually split into two/ led by Mohandas Gandhi Mohandas Gandhi  B: 10/2/1869. D: 1/30/1948  Father of Indian Independence Movement  Was shy as a youth, and an average student  At 18 went off to London to become a barrister  Lawyer  At first tried/

ORMSBY COUNTY CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lone Mountain Cemetery and Ormsby Poor Farm Military Headstones By: Dan and Doreen Robinson.

months and his strength gradually failed until death came today. He was born in Stuban County, New York, on July 19, 1837, and passed his childhood and youth /, 1934 Funeral services for the late James Lohr, veteran of the Civil War and Indian campaigns, were conducted in the Kitzmeyer-Elges undertaking parlors at two o’clock this/was established, and he was its first editor. It was independent politically, and was, under his editorship, brilliant, witty and able. In 1860 he visited the East, and at the home/

ON HIS DESK On his desk, Jawaharlal Nehru kept two totems- a gold statuette of Mahatma Gandhi and a bronze cast of the hand of Abraham Lincoln,

in practicing law. While he was in Britain, Nehru had developed a healthy interest in Indian politics and eventually joined the Congress party to support the Indian Civil Rights movement in South Africa. Nehru assisted in collecting funds for the Civil Rights /the making which will be bible for historians and youth and will be read and remembered till eternity. In Pandit Nehru’s Words – “The sensation is heightened when the writing had been done in close and abnormal atmosphere of prison. It seems almost /

Era of Social Change 1960-1980 Chapter 23. The Growth of the Youth Movement During the 1960s a youth movement developed that challenged American politics,

-1980 Chapter 23 The Growth of the Youth Movement During the 1960s a youth movement developed that challenged American politics, its social system and the values of the time. The beginning of the 1960s actually began in the 1950s. During the 1950s the nation had a boom in economy that not all Americans enjoyed. Some Americans especially writers and artist of the “beat” movement openly/

Unit IV: Political Culture and Participation

politics Middle class attends private schools Only 65% of British 17 year-olds are still in school, the lowest level of any industrialized democracy Portal to elite class: Oxford or Cambridge (Oxbridge) Ethnic Minorities: 7.1% of non-European origin (2001) Indian/a students home only to find there is no adult in charge.” Political Participation Party and Participation 58 million participants (8% of the population) CCP Youth League (70 million) Capitalists have been allowed party membership since 2001 /

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. All groups waged a struggle against British rule Colonial Economy and the Shaping of Political Identities British Arabs Indians Africans As part of the Omani empire, Zanzibar was under the/youth wings is to guard the meetings against ‘intruders’ (non-members) Community/group pressure to make people attend only those meetings that are organized by their parties Politicization of racial identity is employed in an effort to solidify and consolidate one’s group identity as the permanent predictor of political/

Modern Philosophy since the Pre-Enlightenment

politics and marks the end of history, and James Burnham’s mid 20th-century book, The Managerial Revolution, and the concept of “organization man” Locke (cont.d) Locke’s political/amid long Winter nights. He dislikes Christianity and prefers Buddhism & Hinduism. His philosophy is a mixture of Kant & Indian philosophy. He is free of nationalism He/& be keenly critical of absurdities & anomalies in the law. From an early youth he was opposed to imperialism & considered colonies a folly. The Utilitarians (cont.d/

Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a one as this ever walked upon this earth in flesh and blood. ~~~ Einstein (about Gandhi) Delhi, India.

and something geographical, but the home and the youth of the soul, the everywhere and nowhere, the oneness of all times. ~~~ Herman Hesse (German poet and novelist) www.pratheep.com Ellora,Maharastra, India When Confucius and the Indian/the broad cultural and religious framework that has held India together despite its astonishing linguistic, ethnic and political diversity and divisions. Hinduism is as essential for an understanding of Indian culture and civilization. ~~~ Dr.Karan Singh (Indian Diplomat & /

THE WAPEKEKA SAFETY-NET PROJECT A presentation by the Wapekeka First Nation & the Intergovernmental Committee on Aboriginal Youth Suicide Intergovernmental.

Youth Suicide Intergovernmental Committee on Aboriginal Youth Suicide (IGC) Quetico Centre, Atikokan, Ontario Wednesday, October 2 nd, 2002 2 Background 1867 - BNA Act gives Federal Government legislative authority over “Indians, and land reserved for the Indians” 1876 - Indian Act Land management Definition of Indian/ practices and enforcement measures are not in place factors exist in the geographic, political, social, and economic environments that have made it difficult to provide physical and emotional /

The English Colonies England’s Settlement of North America, 1607 – 1756 – from Jamestown to the Origins of the French and Indian War.

and intended on founding a colony which would promote this concept- where all men were equal and able to participate politically in the governance of the realm. He also insisted Indians be justly treated. Pennsylvania – Quakers, Tolerance, and the/ strict Church membership requirements were rejected by Christians, and youthful, exciting preachers rose to prominence: George Whitefield, Jonathan Edwards – “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” and George Tennant, among others. The movement validated dissent/

COLD WAR Chapter 30. Cold War COLD WAR AND RECOVERY: 1945-1968  Roots of Cold War Teheran Conference, 1943: USSR guaranteed to be only power to liberate.

more concerned about rebuilding; let colonies go India played a key role in decolonization and the end of empire –Indian National Congress: British had no choice but to develop a native political elite that could assist in ruling such huge country Exposure of young Indians to Western ideas of nationalism, socialism, and democracy led to demands for independence by the early 20th century –Mohandas K/

Richard Nixon 1913 – 1994 1913 – 1994 37 th President (1969 – 74) 37 th President (1969 – 74) Had been Eisenhower’s Vice- President and had lost the 1960.

and rock and roll” Upper and middle class white youth began to abandon the mores of their parents’ generation and create a new society, one that promoted the virtues of “sex, drugs, and rock and roll” Sometimes these “hippies” lived and worked together in classless communes, pursuing the ideals of tolerance and/more economic development on reservations Indian Civil Rights Act 1968 1968/ – Present Political activist and outspoken opponent to the feminist movement Political activist and outspoken opponent to/

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