After studying, I learn something more about the history of Canadian and first nations people, and some mistake that Canada government made. Canada is not as “so” free as people know. Like racism in 1900-1914, and inequality in women’s societies, whether it should be free to fall in love, extends to the reconciliation between the First Nations and the Canadian people. All of them represent the progress and development of Canada, but the reconciliation between the First Nations and the Canadian people is not as simple as we think.
The people of Canada, for the First Nations, have too much to owe them. All kinds of laws indicate that the Canadian people were unfair to the First Nations at that time, as a residential school. In residential schools, the First Nations are strictly controlled and can only communicate in English and write in Latin. How can they be considered a white person? These deprived of their own culture, their own language, and even gradually let them forget their family because they were taken away by the residential school when they were very young. Although the Canadian government later apologized to the people of the First Nations, their practices were not sincere. They never talked face-to-face with the leaders of the First Nations. This is not an act of apology.
Free choice of the object of love and marriage, and the freedom to choose the way the two sides interact is actually very good, like the issue of homosexuality, I think that if you look at it a little, the person I like may just be a woman or a man like me. It’s not so much that it’s not so much. Too many tube bundles will have a rebellious mentality, leading to an unhealthy body and mind. We should not discriminate against homosexuals. It is not a mistake in itself. It’s just that the person you like happens to be the same sex as you.
For our project, I am still not sure what I want to do, and is a historical event to draw a time period, or is it necessary to describe all the changes that have taken place in my paintings? I am not very sure