south african revolution

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  • South African Revolution
  • Stage 0: Acceptance
  • COLORED (PEOPLE OF MIXED RACE)
  • ASIAN
  • WHITE
  • BANTU (BLACK AFRICANS)
  • "YOU CANT USE THE BATHROOM HERE! LEAVE."
  • Stage 1: Complaning
  • By Jada Henderson
  • Stage 2: Protest
  • All South Africans were classified by race while being under the apartheid. The apartheid allowed each race to have their own culture.
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • "Children need peace. No violence just speak."
  • If they were non-white, they had many restrictions due to the apartheid laws and everything was segregated. Even though all races protested against apartheid, the government kept it going.
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • " Your vote count, so our new president is Nelson Mandela!" 
  • Anc came together and ogranized protests such as marches, strikes etc. They did this becuase they were set up to fight against white domination. Also the government set aside the separate areas for each racial group.
  • WE NEED TO MARCH TO SHOW THEM THAT WE ARE SERIOUS ABOUT WHAT WE STAND FOR.
  • Africans rioted all over the country. The black schoolchildren peacefully marched in protest and got killed for it by the police. The  government reacted viloently to the children.
  • South Africa held their first all-race elections in 1994. Their helper F.W de Klerk lifted the ban on antiapartheid rallies. Later on, the government gave blacks their full voting rights.
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