In a conference with BBC News, June 29 2017, Jocelyn Wabano-lahtail communicates her preoccupations about indigenous persons in Canada. Being myself originally from Peru, I can very much understand her struggles. In the past multiples indigenous groups were assimilated or even killed. In my country when Spanish people came, they killed a lot of men and raped the women that is why now Latinos are not very considered indigenous, because we are pretty much a mix now. In Canada, it was different they were put in reserves and know we can see that the majority of indigenous living there have an... [+] Read more
Since as long as we can remember, people rely on religion to provide answer on what is still considered enigmas for the scientists. These religion may all differ from one another, but the big majority have one thing in common: “Give thanks and praise to the Lord and [we] will feel all right’’ (One Love - Bob Marley). In other words, believe in God and he will look after you. It is to say, Rastafarianism shared affinity with Judeo-Christianism.
To begin with, Joseph Thompson’s articles is separated in 6 distinct sections, only two which are truly interesting for my thesis: How does the... [+] Read more