do you think their anger and revolt is justified?

Dear student 

Yes. The anger of both Bama and ‚ÄčZitkala-Sa are justified. The treatment Zitkala-Sa received at the hands of the European missionaries was inhuman as they gained nothing by cutting her hair of. They just wanted to be spiteful and unjust towards the native American girl and treated her worse than an animal. Similarly, Bama and the rest of her caste were being treated like filth. They were untouchable, and were robbed of their dignity. They couldn't rise up in society as easily as their wealthier counterparts. In both cases, humans were treating other humans in a manner that was anything but humane. Hence it was right for them to revolt against it. 


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Sorry but could you be a little clear in ur question?
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What are you looking for?