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Report on Social Movement Status of Latin America nations Your assignment is to write a report on the social movement status of a Latin American nation- state or country. For this report, the assigned one nation-state or country is Haiti. Note that this report must include at least three references. (Two of those references must be from the catalog of a university’s library) Utilize the formatting of your discipline to write your references on the references page. The report should answer the following questions: 1. Describe the indigenous culture that lives/lived in this nation-state/country. 2. Describe the indigenous movement of the nation-state/country assigned to you. 3. Did the nation-state/country have an independence war as a social movement? Why yes? Why not? Briefly describe this independence movement. 4. Did the nation-state/country have a revolutionary war as a social movement? Why yes? Why not? Briefly describe this independence movement. 5. What other social movements have been organized in this nation-state/country? Describe these movements. For this question students should only include social movements that have not been included in the readings for the nation-state or country assigned to them. The format for this report is as follows: 1. Report must be submitted in Word format only. 2. Length of report is flexible as long as all five questions satisfactorily; however, this report should not be more than four pages long. This excludes the page of references. 3. Margins of 1 inch must be used on all four sides. 4. The document must be typed in single space. Times New Roman font must be used throughout the document. 5. Twelve-point font size must be used for the body of the document. .

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Haiti Culture and History
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Haiti Culture and History
Indigenous Culture
Much of what scholars discuss about most regions in the contemporary society is often
related to the post-colonial era largely due to the availability of significant information about
Colonialism. The approach to understanding history from such a biased perspective has often led
most scholars to overlook the foundations of various regions, which in turn skews the
understanding of the cultures therein towards the changes experienced post the colonization
period. Acknowledging the aboriginal cultures makes it clear that there were settlement and
societies existed appropriately before the colonization era, and were actively engaged in some of
the activities whose significance increased following foreign invasion. The same case applies to
Haiti, in which case there were people living on the Island even before Christopher Columbus
arrived and spread information to Europe about the Island’s existence.
The Taino were the indigenous people on the Island of Haiti and engaged in as many
practices as any community would do. Studies on their history and consequent historic artifacts
indicate that the Taino were originally farmers, who migrated to the Haiti region at around 250
BC (Saunders, 2005). Additionally, they were of strong religious views and believed in the
existence of a life after death, as has been determined from the approach used in the creation of
certain artifacts and wooden products from the community. Additionally, canoes determined to
have been made by the Taino indicate that they were efficient sailors, and actively engaged in
trade with other islands in the region, using the canoes as travel vessels across the Caribbean
waters. Ultimately, the Taino people were not an idle community and were actively engaged in
the development of their society through various economic and social activities.
Christopher Columbus announcement of the existence of the Island and other regions in
the Americas attracted interest from Europe for the exploration of the Caribbean Islands, with the
effect of influencing the Taino culture. Consequently, the arrival of Spanish colonialists to Haiti
largely interrupted the Taino welfare as they were largely forced to work as slave labor on
Spanish firms (Saunders, 2005). However, they were well acquainted with the region and had
successfully thwarted the first Spanish settlement in the 1520s. However, they ultimately had to
give up as the colonialists had access to superior technology, which made it difficult to
successfully attack and raid their camps. However, it would be important to note the change that
the invasion of Haiti had caused the aboriginal culture of the Taino.
In essence, the name Taino means “good people” w...

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