South Africa The Apartheid

The causes of apartheid included white superiority, inequality towards colored people, and Dutch settlers had come with the belief that whites are superior to blacks. The beleifs of the Dutch settlers was put into place by their younger generations.

This shows a peaceful protest against apartheid.

Apartheid was implimented by classifying people by race, they were grouped into Asians, colored people, blacks, and whites. There were restrictions placed were they lived and worked saying things like whites only. Some blacks were forced to live in bantustans, which were "homelands to develop their own culture," the soil there was unfertile and they contained little resources.

This shows segregation between whites and blacks and the privileges whites had.

The blacks opposed the rules of apartheid, they had nonviolent resistence, meaning peaceful protests. There was a march including 20,000 women to demonstrate pass laws. By the mid to 1980s pass laws had been repealed, some facilities became available to all, the ban on protest groups was lifted, and protest leaders were released.

These are people opposing the rules put in place by apartheid by saying they won’t move.

There were many effects of apartheid. Apartheid caused nonviolent protests. In addition to peceful acts though, it also caused violent things such as riots, strikes, and acts of sabatoge.

This picture is showing how apartheid is unethical, and that even though people have different races they’re all the same, and deserve the same.
This is showing segregation against blacks.

In this video it describes apartheid over the years. It described apartheid as segregation, the blacks were removed from their land and put in a small area to live while the whites lived in their land. There’s still a little bit of segregation today even though there aren’t laws about it, the whites still have most of the land they took long ago.

This video talks about apartheid and the different groups affected by it. The groups were classified by whites, blacks, coloreds, and asians. Later on Nelson Mandela became the president of south Africa April 26, 1994 meaning the minority population would not control the South Africa’s government in supporting apartheid.

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