South african revolution

South african revolution
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  •         South African Revolution
  • Stage 0: Acceptance 
  • I accept this its not that bad.
  • Bathroom
  • WHites only 
  • Stage 1: Complaining 
  • THIS IS SO UNFAIR ALL 6 OF US HAVE TO SLEEP IN HERE.
  • By Daniel Kluka 
  • Stage 2: Protest
  • WE WANT MORE. BLACK LIVES MATTER
  • At first South Africa had segregation but they really didn't mind because it really didn't affect them. The whites were mean but they weren't dangerous , so the Africans had peace and acceptance for a couple of years.
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • The Africans had nothing for them and could only have 13% of land but they were more then half the population in South Africa and they started noticing that what they were doing was wrong and unfair(South Africa History and Revolution 2).
  • Stage 4: Recovery 
  • YOUR NEW PRESIDENT MANDELA.
  • The African's has had enough of the white domination and they were ready to take things into there own hands. They made a group called (ANC) and this group would march, protest, and strike. (Apartheid in South Africa 163)
  • The (ANC) was protesting one day in Sharpeville in 1960. It was a peaceful protest but the police has had enough and start opening fire and kill 69 blacks and left 180 wounded when all they were doing was using there free right of speech.(Apartheid in south Africa 163)
  • De Klerk was tired of everything that was goin on and decided to let Mandela out of jail and hoped that they could build a new south Africa. But in 1194 they had there first all race election and Mandela won and made it great again.
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