She was and is to care for the house, nourish the children, and care for their husband and more. in a world where you can be anything be kind elephant retro poster When a women is in combat, she isn’t at the house to take care of it, she can’t nourish her children,
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of the current legal system has been only slightly more positive. Therefore, they need to achieve resolutions that recognize and do not perpetuate historical injustices. in a world where you can be anything be kind elephant retro poster However, we agree with Aboriginal people who told us that it is not enough simply to acknowledge the role that poverty and its accompanying social conditions play in the over-representation of the Aboriginal poor in the justice system. It is valid, in our view, to ask from where that poverty and those social conditions came. Ovide Mercredi, an Aboriginal lawyer and now Grand Chief of the Assembly of First Nations of Canada, told us on behalf of Southeast First Nations at Berens River, “It is our conviction that the denial of our collective rights have substantially contributed to the serious problems in our communities.”
There are many reasons for the problems that Aboriginal people have with the justice system. Repeatedly, for example, we were told that one major problem which contributed to Aboriginal over-representation in the justice system was the socio-economic conditions faced by Aboriginal people throughout the province. It is clear, in fact, that Aboriginal people are “the poorest of the poor” and that that fact contributes to the over-representation of Aboriginal people in our courts. Some people ma argue that “Women are equal to men.” I fully agree with this statement, in the sense that women are equal to men in value. A women’s value is just as equal to that of men, however, their strength, efficiency, and capability are not equal. In the bible, the women has different attributions to the family than the man’s.
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