Myths surrounding indigenous people around the world have been damaging their names as a whole. These myths cover many areas such as their rights, personalities, demographics and more. To tackle these common misconceptions brought about to indigenous people, listed below are a few of the most popular myths on them. Provided in this are the
Month: November 2019
Indigenous people are defined as communities that live inside a geographically distinct habitat or tribal area. As such, they identify themselves as members of a particular cultural group that came even before modern states were formed and the current borders across the globe have been specified. They seek to preserve their own cultural and social
Ask any person their impressions on indigenous people all around the world. Often, you will hear about a story that involves their struggles with community issues such as education, housing, human rights, and more. What you won’t hear is their stories of hope, stability, prosperity, and success. You may not be familiar that indigenous people
Anxiety, difficulty with sleep, sudden flashbacks coupled with heightened fear, feeling of being estranged, paranoia, and restlessness are dreading, if not almost fatal, symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. It is very common to hear about this mental health issue among people from the military.
You get to know aboriginals or the indigenous people through different sources. There are newspapers, popular media, as well as the internet. You recognize that these natives usually live on an island or forest where they have a simple lifestyle. These people depend on horticultural and hunting, and that is not something you can do