Timeline: The Intersection of Western Imperialism, Globalization, and Philanthropy - CARE

Timeline: The Intersection of Western Imperialism, Globalization, and Philanthropy

A timeline showing the overlaps and continuities of Western imperialism and colonization, globalization and the West, and modern Western philanthropy.

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Guiding questions

While examining this timeline of philanthropy, oppression, and resistance, think through the following questions:

  • How do the three timelines align with one another?
  • What would you add from your own contexts?
  • How does this impact your work, relationships and status?
  • What legacies are you aiming to influence and shift? Break? Repair? Support?

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