The French Revolution

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  • The South Africa Revolution
  • By: Alan Sanchez February 24, 2017
  • For centuries, Africa was ruled by a political party called the National Party, they were all white Afrikaners and they put new limits on black Africans. The system was called Apartheid, all black Africans were classified and separated by race.
  • Stage 0: Acceptance
  • Okay, whatever you say.
  • Black Africans are not allowed to work with us, GET OUT!
  • Stage 1: Complaining
  • The National Party insisted that they should all work separately. They used the Apartheids for work and segregation. It was illegal for non whites to live or work at the same places. They couldn't even marry Afrikaners. The
  • Stage 2: Protest
  • In the 1950's, the Africans launched a program called African National Congress (ANC). They set up this organization to fight against white domination. The black Africans would do marches, strikes, and other protests.
  • We want the same rights as the afrikaners!
  • We want the same rights as the Afrikaners!
  • The government didn't like these protests and they would usually act violent to stop them. In 1960, police shot and killed around 69 people during a peaceful demonstration in Sharpeville, South Africa. After the incident at Sharpeville, the South African Government outlawed the ANC. One of the leaders, Nelson Mandela, was put in prison for conspiracy.
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • People all over the world demanded that Nelson Mandela should be released from prison. People from the United Kingdom and the United States were highly pressuring South Africa to set free and stop the Apartheid. And by pressuring the government they boycotted, refused to buy South African goods.This effected the South African economy. Later on, there was this other President named F.W de Klerk and he repealed the Apartheid laws. Mandela was released in 1990, later on Mandela was elected as president.
  • I am finally out of prison.
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