Opressions

The Indian Removal Act was meant for the Black Hawk and the Indian or American natives that had settled in the North of America. Black Hawk after resisting oppression and foreigners was forced to go to war with the United States volunteer army in 1829. Maria Stewart, just like the Black Hawk went through oppression and racism from the whites was her main struggle. Stewart’s revolutionary changes claimed that the women were an integral part of the Black people liberation and, as a result, this posed a challenge to the hegemony as well as patriarchy.

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In conclusion, oppression was a common norm in the historical context that led to numerous leaders being shaped by the impacts of these oppressive acts so as to resist them as well as bring a wave of changes in pursuit of equality. Anne Hutchison, Maria Stewart, Black Hawk, as well as Red Jacket, are the sharpened leaders who sought to bring the end of oppression in their different ways of their respective societies.

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