Group Rights and Indigenous People's

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Political Science
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Political Science 3388E
Jennifer Mustapha

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GROUP RIGHTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTSFebruary 2 2012 WHO ARE INDIGENOUS y It is inherently a minority if there are more indigenous than others they are a minority and not considered indigenousWHY DO THEY MERIT SPECIAL ATTENTION y Make up some of the most vulnerable and marginalized populations in the world y Connection to the land that they have y Indigenous people overwhelmingly associated everything they are to the land on which they live thy Denied personhoodhumanity since the 15 centuryy Indigenous people have long been denied the sovereign status within statesy Individual human rights are not adequate to prot
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