South African Revolution

South African Revolution
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  • South African Revolution
  • Created by Monfloyea Davis
  • Acceptance
  • Ummm, well okay:/
  • Complaining
  • LET'S PROTEST AND MARCH AND START STRIKES
  • Protest
  • I refuse to buy any of these items until you people set Nelson Mandela free!!
  • The Afrikaners, which was the name for the white Africans who came to South Africa, took over the land and wanted to create a new culture. They later created apartheid, and the whites took absolute control of South Africa.
  • Revolution
  • You white people just think you can come and kill whenever you want? No, you can't!!
  • This organization, called the African National Congress (ANC), was protesting against the Afrikaners and often started marches and strikes. Many people did not agree with this.
  • Recovery
  • YES! I HAVE BEEN FREED FROM PRISON!
  • Many of the black Africans refused to buy any of the food or anything the whites were selling until they freed a black activist named Nelson Mandela. This all started by the 1980s.
  • STOP THIS PROTESTING RIGHT NOW BEFORE I KILL YOU ALL!!
  • In Sharpeville in 1960, 69 people were killed by the white police officers for protesting. Many of the protesters were very peaceful and weren't causing any harm to anyone.
  • Stop killing us!! We were being so peaceful!
  • In 1990 Nelson Mandela was released from prison by a man named F.W. de Klerk, and they both worked together to change the South African government. Many of the whites felt betrayed by de Klerk because he was white and working with a black man.
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