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Homework:In Greenland, a 21-year-old hip-hop artist is the face of the local Black Lives Matter movement. His name is Joseph * Peterson. Some of his songs talk about opposition to colonial rule (殖民统治). The songs are a favorite among younger * seeking to * their history. The Black Lives Matter protests (抗议) have inspired people all over the world to look at and condemn (谴责) injustice and past of pression. In Greenland, the protests have fueled all the tensions with the former colonial ruler, Denmark. Greenland is the world's largest island. It sits between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. The island is now a self-governing territory of Denmark. For one hundred years, the statue of a Danish-Norwegian colonist, Hans Egede, has stood in Nuuk, Greenland's largest city and capital. The Black Lives Matter protests have led two calls for the statue's removal. We should do as the rest of the world is doing, and remove it, * Peterson said, It's a part of the oppression (压迫) here in Greenland and systemic racism (种族歧视). * Peterson has a Greenlandic mother and Moroccan father. He has traditional Greenlandic tattoos on his face. In a music video filmed in front of the statue, he raps in Greenlandic about how dim called locals, drunks, *, and Arctic monkeys. * Peterson asks, Are we still a colonized people? Greenlandic law maker * called this statue a sign of colonial violence and suggested putting it in a museum. An online effort to move the statue gathered nearly 2000 signatures in one week. That is more than ten percent of Nuuk's population.
On June 21st, Greenland's National Holiday, the word decolonize was written on statue. It also got covered with red paint. A different statue of Egede in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, also was damaged. The young generations were no longer accept the way other have written their history. They want to start telling their own story, said Edward *. * is an associate professor of cultural history at the University of Greenland. Hans Egede arrived in Greenland in 1721 to spread Christianity. His arrival marked the beginning of Danish colonial rule. * described the colonization as mostly nonviolent, with no slavery or huge riots.
Nuuk's mayor, *, last month called for a public meeting to let citizens decide the statue's future. Much of the criticisms of Hans Egede is that he forced Christianity and the western way of life on Greenlanders, he said, Greenland remained a Danish colony until 1953. It then became part of the kingdom of Denmark. It's been given self-governing autonomy in 2009. This included the right to declare independence. However, the island of 56 thousand people is unlikely to do so anytime soon, as it depends heavily on Denmark for economic aid. Many Greenlanders say they faced limited chances getting good schooling a good job in part because of their native language and culture. * Thompson.

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In Greenland, a 21-year-old hip-hop artist is the face of the local Black Lives Matter movement. His name is Josef Tarrak-Petrussen. Some of his songs talk about opposition to colonial rule (殖民统治). The songs are a favorite among younger * seeking to rewrite their history.
The Black Lives Matter protests (抗议) have inspired people all over the world to look at and condemn (谴责) injustice and past oppression (压迫). In Greenland, the protests have fueled old tensions with the former colonial ruler, Denmark.
Greenland is the world's largest island. It sits between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. The island is now a self-governing territory of Denmark. For one hundred years, the statue of / Danish-Norwegian colonist, Hans Egede, has stood in Nuuk, Greenland's largest city and capital.
The Black Lives Matter protests have led to calls for the statue's removal. "We should do as the rest of the world is doing, and remove it", Tarrak-Petrussen
said, "It's a part of the oppression here in Greenland and thesystemic racism (种族歧视)". Tarrak-Petrussen has a Greenlandic mother and Moroccan father. He has traditional Greenlandic tattoos on his face. In a music video filmed in front of the statue, he raps in Greenlandic about how Danes (丹麦人) called locals / "drunks", "Eskimo pakis" / and "Arctic monkeys". Tarrak-Petrussen asks, "Are we still a colonized people?"

Greenlandic law maker Aki-Matilde Hoegh-Dam called the statue a sign of colonial violence and suggested putting it in a museum. An online effort to move the statue gathered nearly 2000 signatures in one week. That is more than ten percent of Nuuk's population. On June 21st, Greenland's National Day, the word "Decolonize" was written on the statue. It also got covered with red paint. A different statue of Egede in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, also was damaged.
"The young generations were no longer accept the way others have written their history. They want to start telling their own story", said Ebbe Volquardsen. Volquardsen is an associate professor of cultural history at the University of Greenland. Hans Egede arrived in Greenland in 1721 to spread Christianity. His arrival marked the beginning of Danish colonial rule. Volquardsen described the colonization as mostly nonviolent, with no slavery or huge riots.
Nuuk's mayor, Charlotte Ludvigsen, last month called for a public meeting to let citizens decide the statue's future. "Much of the criticisms of Hans Egede is that he forced Christianity and the western way of life on Greenlanders", she said.
Greenland remained a Danish colony until 1953. It then became part of the kingdom of Denmark. It was given self-governing autonomy in 2009. This included the right to declare independence. However, the island of 56 thousand people is unlikely to do so anytime soon / as it depends heavily on Denmark for economic aid. Many Greenlanders say they faced limited chances getting good schooling or a good job in part because of their native language and culture. * Thomson.
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In Greenland, a 21-year-old hip-hop artist is the face of the local Black Lives Matter movement. His name is Josef Tarrak-Petrussen. Some of his songs talk about opposition to colonial rule (殖民统治). The songs are a favorite among younger * seeking to rewrite their history. The Black Lives Matter protests (抗议) have inspired people all over the world to look at and condemn (谴责) injustice and past oppression (压迫). In Greenland, the protests have fueled all the tensions with the former colonial ruler, Denmark.
Greenland is the world's largest island. It sits between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. The island is now a self-governing territory of Denmark. For one hundred years, the statue of a Danish-Norwegian colonist, Hans Egede, has stood in Nuuk, Greenland's largest city and capital. The Black Lives Matter protests have led to calls for the statue's removal. "We should do as the rest of the world is doing, and remove it", Tarrak-Petrussen said, "It's a part of the oppression here in Greenland and the systemic racism (种族歧视)."
Tarrak-Petrussen has a Greenlandic mother and Moroccan father. He has traditional Greenlandic tattoos on his face. In a music video filmed in front of the statue, he raps in Greenlandic about how Danes called locals / "drunks", "Eskimo pakis" and "Arctic monkeys". Tarrak-Petrussen asks, "Are we still a colonized people?"
Greenlandic law maker Aki-Matilde Hoegh-Dam called this statue a sign of colonial violence and suggested putting it in a museum. An online effort to move the statue gathered nearly 2000 signatures in one week. That is more than ten percent of Nuuk's population.
On June 21st, Greenland's National Day, the word "Decolonize" was written on statue. It also got covered with red paint. A different statue of Egede in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, also was damaged. "The younger generations were no longer accept the way others have written their history. They want to start telling their own story", said Ebbe Volquardsen. Volquardsen is an associate professor of cultural history at the University of Greenland. Hans Egede arrived in Greenland in 1721 to spread Christianity. His arrival marked the beginning of Danish colonial rule. Volquardsen described the colonization as mostly nonviolent, with no slavery or huge riots.
Nuuk's mayor, Charlotte Ludvigsen, last month called for a public meeting to let citizens decide the statue's future. "Much of the criticisms of Hans Egede is that he forced Christianity and the western way of life on Greenlanders", he said.
Greenland remained a Danish colony until 1953. It then became part of the kingdom of Denmark. It was given self-governing autonomy in 2009. This included the right to declare independence. However, the island of 56 thousand people is unlikely to do so anytime soon as it depends heavily on Denmark for economic aid. Many Greenlanders say they faced limited chances of getting good schooling or a good job in part because of their native language and culture. * Thompson.
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