What Is A Violation Of Native American Rights

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In 1763 the Proclamation of 1763 was issued by the British to keep American colonists from moving westward, but this caused more conflict between American colonists and the British because the colonists wanted more land. Native Americans living in the west felt threatened by the colonists because it was their land that the colonists wanted. Unfortunately, for the Native Americans, the British did not win the American Revolution and thus begun the abuse against Native American rights by the United States government (Newman). From 1763 to the 1860’s the United States government failed to treat Native Americans with equality. Constantly stepped on by the United States Native Americans were eventually all forced into reservations and had their rights ignored by the United States. In modern times Native Americans have reached equality but not to the level that it should be (Civil Rights).
After the American colonists beat the monstrous Britain out of the country and
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But Native Americans like women are having trouble getting rid of stereotypes that show a bit of racism or for women sexism. Native Americans also face many problems caused by a long time of discrimination like, “disproportionately high rates of poverty, infant mortality, unemployment, and low high school completion rates” (Civil Rights). This makes it harder for Native Americans to have equal employment and education opportunities (Civil Rights). Also many Native Americans are struggling because of the “digital divide” which makes it difficult for them to advance their educational and employment options. Is this total equality? No, there is still a lot that needs to be done for the equality of Native Americans along with the equality of women who still don’t the same job opportunities as men (Civil

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