Bartolomeo Las Casas

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Bartolomeo Las Casas, O.P., kwa Kihispania Bartolomé de las Casas (Sevilia, 1484 hivi – Madrid 18 Julai 1566) alikuwa mwanahistoria, mwanaharakati, mtawa wa Shirika la Wahubiri, askofu wa Kanisa Katoliki na mtu wa kwanza kutambulika rasmi kama "Mtetezi wa Waindio".

Maandishi yake mengi, yakiwemo Historia fupi ya uangamizaji wa Uindio na Historia ya Uindio, yanasimulia miongo ya kwanza ya ukoloni wa Hispania barani Amerika na kukazia hasa maovu ya wakoloni dhidi ya wenyeji.[1]

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Akiwa mmoja wa walowezi wa kwanza kutoka Ulaya, kwanza alishiriki, lakini baadaye alijisikia wajibu wa kupinga kabisa maovu hayo.

Mwaka 1515 alibadili mtazamo wake wa awali, aliachilia watumwa wake na haki zake, akatetea zile za Waindio mbele ya Kaisari Karolo V.

Katika maandishi yake ya kwanza alipendekeza Waafrika washike nafasi ya Waindio kama watumwa katika makoloni ya Amerika, na kwa sababu hiyo amelaumiwa kuchangia mwanzo wa Biashara ya ng'ambo ya Atlantiki.

Lakini baadaye alifuta pendekezo hilo, akitambua utumwa wowote ni mbaya sawia.

Mwaka 1522 alijaribu kuanzisha aina mpya ya ukoloni isiyo na ukatili kwenye pwani ya Venezuela, lakini aliposhindwa Las Casas aliamua kujiunga na utawa wa Wadominiko, akaacha shughuli za kijamii kwa miaka 10 hivi.

Baadaye alisafiri hadi Amerika ya Kati ili kuinjilisha kwa amani Wamaya wa Guatemala akashiriki mijadala kuhusu namna bora ya kuwaingiza Waindio katika Ukristo.

Aliporudi Hispania kutafuta wamisionari wapya, alizidi kupinga dhuluma hata akafaulu kufanya zipitishwe sheria mpya mwaka 1542.

Aliteuliwa kuwa askofu wa kwanza wa Chiapas, lakini baada ya muda mfupi ilimbidi arudi Hispania kutokana na upinzani wa wakoloni.

Miaka yake ya mwisho aliishi ikulu, akiathiri sera za Hispania kuhusu Waindio. Mwaka 1550 alishiriki mdahalo wa Valladolid dhidi ya Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda aliyedai Waindio si binadamu kamili, hivyo wanahitaji kutawaliwa na Wahispania wapate ustaarabu. Las Casas alipinga kabisa na kusema kuwatumikisha ni kinyume cha haki.

Bartolomeo Las Casas alitumia miaka 50 kupinga utumwa na dhuluma za ukoloni, akihimiza serikali kuwa na sera adilifu zaidi. Ingawa hakufaulu sana, walau alileta nafuu fulani na uzingatifu wa maadili. Kwa sababu hiyo Las Casas anahersabiwa mara nyingi kati ya watetezi wa kwanza wa haki za binadamu.

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Baptiste, Victor N. (1990). Bartolomé de las Casas and Thomas More's Utopia: Connections and Similarities. Labyrinthos. ISBN 978-0-911437-43-0. OCLC 246823100. 
Beuchot, Mauricio (1994). Los fundamentos de los derechos humanos en Bartolomé de las Casas (in Spanish). Anthropos Editorial. 
Blackburn, Robin (1997). The Making of New World Slavery: From the Baroque to the Modern, 1492–1800, 1st Verso pbk [1998 printing], London: Verso Books. ISBN 978-1-85984-195-2. OCLC 40130171. 
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Comas, Juan (1971). "Historical reality and the detractors of Father Las Casas", Bartolomé de las Casas in History: Toward an Understanding of the Man and his Work, Collection spéciale: CER. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 487–539. ISBN 978-0-87580-025-7. OCLC 421424974. 
Friede, Juan (1971). "Las Casas and Indigenism in the Sixteenth Century", Bartolomé de las Casas in History: Toward an Understanding of the Man and his Work, Collection spéciale: CER. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 127–234. ISBN 978-0-87580-025-7. OCLC 421424974. 
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Hanke, Lewis (1951). Bartolomé de Las Casas: An interpretation of his life and writings. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. 
Hanke, Lewis (1952). Bartolomé de Las Casas: Bookman, Scholar & Propagandist. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 
Jay, Felix (2002). Bartolomé de Las Casas (1474–1566) in the pages of Father Antonio de Remesal. Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 978-0-7734-7131-3. 
Keen, Benjamin (1971). "Introduction: Approaches to Las Casas, 1535–1970", Bartolomé de las Casas in History: Toward an Understanding of the Man and his Work, Collection spéciale: CER. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 67–126. ISBN 978-0-87580-025-7. OCLC 421424974. 
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MacNutt, Francis Augustus (1909). Bartholomew de Las Casas: His Life, Apostolate, and Writings (PDF online reproduction), Project Gutenberg EBook no. 23466, reproduction, Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H. Clark. OCLC 2683160. 
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Rand-Parish, Helen (1980). Las Casas as Bishop: A new interpretation based on his holograph petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts.. Washington, DC: Library of Congress. 
(1980) Las Casas en Mexico: Historia y obra desconocidas. Ciudad de Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica. 
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(1995) Indian Freedom: The Cause of Bartolomé de las Casas, 1484–1566, A Reader. Kansas City, Missouri: Sheed and Ward. 
Tierney, Brian (1997). The Idea of Natural Rights: Studies on Natural Rights, Natural Law and Church Law 1150–1625. Scholar's Press for Emory University, 272–274. 
(1967) The Life and Writings of Bartolomé de Las Casas. University of New Mexico Press. 
Wynter, Sylvia (1984a). "New Seville and the Conversion Experience of Bartolomé de Las Casas: Part One". Jamaica Journal 17 (2): 25–32.
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