South African Revolution

South African Revolution
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  • By: Klaudia Stankiewicz
  • South African Revolution
  • The national Party was made up of white people that controlled South Africa. The government created separate school, restrooms, and many other areas. This move was named the apartheid.
  • Stage 0: acceptance
  • stop. Whites only 
  • African Americans was a big population but they didn't have a equal amout of land, they only had 13% of the land and white people had the rest. Blacks also weren't able to marry anyone outside of their race!
  • Stage 1: Complaining
  • I don't get that much land! How come??
  • this side is mine and thats yours
  • Stage2: Protest
  • African Americans did not want the apartheid to exist, they had a peaceful demonstration and also started boycotting South African goods.
  • WE WANT CHANGE!
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • In South Africa, a town named Sharpeville teens started a peaceful demonstration to end apartheid. Whites and police were getting frustrated so they decided to end this in a violent way, They ended up killing 2 teens.
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • In the year 1989 F.W. de Klerk became president of South Africa, he banned apartheid. Not all whites supported him. But Mandela soon came out of prison and they both worked together to make non-whites and whites equal again.
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