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Learning from our Past?. Human Rights Around the World. Aboriginal People in Canada. 1 in 4 First Nations children live in poverty. 38% of the deaths of children ages 10-19 were suicides. “Third World” diseases are more common

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aboriginal people in canada
Aboriginal People in Canada
  • 1 in 4 First Nations children live in poverty.
  • 38% of the deaths of children ages 10-19 were suicides.
  • “Third World” diseases are more common
  • 1 in 3 First Nations people do not consider their water safe to drink
during the great depression
During the Great Depression
  • Many Jewish people remained well-off. This made people who lost their jobs angry.
  • People were afraid that immigrants and Jewish people would take their jobs.
propaganda
Propaganda
  • The Nazi party used this anger and fear to convince people their persecution of Jewish people was right.
  • Using bad science some German scientists tried to assign racial traits to Jews as a group. They were, the Germans said, greedy, selfish, sneaky and polluting the German race.
treatment of jews
Treatment of Jews
  • More and more rights were taken away from Jewish people
  • Had to wear yellow star to identify them
  • Were not allowed to be doctors, teachers, lawyers and many other jobs
  • Had to follow curfews and strict rules about where they could go
the holocaust
The Holocaust
  • Eventually many of Europe’s Jews were sent to death camps
  • Over 6 million Jewish people died in the Holocaust
  • Over 1 million of those were children