The Creation and Affects of Apartheid

The Creation and Affects of Apartheid

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  • Beginning in 1913, just three years after South Africa gained its independence, The Land Act forced Black Africans to live in reserves away from White Africans.
  • In 1984, a national party containing an all white government gains power in South Africa and begins creating legal regulations based on this past racial segregation.
  • These policies called Apartheid (which means separateness), forced non-whites to live in separate towns
  •  as well as shop at different stores, and communication between groups was limited.
  • Asian
  • WWII and the Great Depression cause African officials to strengthen racial segregation, further dividing non-whites into separate racial groups.
  • Black
  • Native
  • By 1950, marriage between members of two different races is illegal and some families were divided if different members were classified as colored.
  • Although all Apartheid policies were abolished by 1994, today a survey finds that  43.5% of South Africans rarely or never speak to someone of another race.
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