african revolution

african revolution

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  • African Revolution
  • Stage 0 Acceptance
  • Stage 1 Complaining
  • Whites
  • By: Alfonso Fernandez February 22nd
  • Stage 2 Protest
  • During the early ages of the rule on South Africa, the political party called the national party to put limits on blacks. They put many restriction called apartheid.
  • Stage 3 Revolution
  • Many restrictions were put on blacks after the apartheids were announced. They segregated public places such as restaurants. Marriages couldn't be arranged for blacks. In the end it was a very racist time for blacks because of the segregation.
  • Stage 4 Recovery
  • The Segregation was too much so the blacks had enough of it. They started to protest but the police and gov. didn't like it so they shot at them. More than 60 people were killed and 180 wounded for peacefully protesting.
  • In a peaceful protest hosted by black schoolchildren, police fired and killed so many black children. After the massacre they arrested Mandela the ANC leader.
  • IN 1989, after 30 long years F.W. de Klerk was elected president of south Africa and took away the ban on apartheid and legalized the ANC and other organization to help the cause. Klerk later let Mandela out, hoping that he could discuss ways to help south Africa but instead violence broke out and killed thousands. It ended in a break out of AIDS an epidemic that killed many.
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