african revolution

african revolution

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  • Introducing the African Revoultion
  • stage 0: Acceptance
  • at least we still have out language
  • stage 1: Complaining
  • you better stay on your side of the store
  • By: Nick Mahler
  • stage 2: Protest
  • British let the Africans keep their language in schools and in court, also provided funds for the Boers to rebuild destroyed farms. Eventually the Dutch took over and created the National Party.
  • stage 3: Revolution
  • stop protesting!
  • The National Party created apartheid laws which segregated all the races and gave all the white people the good areas and rules but was very unfair to the other races. Other races couldn't live and work in certain areas, vote, marry other races and the best land was for the whites.
  • stage 4: Recovery
  • I order this man to be free and I want to discuss ways to change
  • South Africans of all races protested against the apartheid laws but in peaceful ways like marches and strikes. Also many organizations were formed, like the African National Congress.The South African economy only got hurt because of the racism and unfairness, other countries pressured them by refusing to buy and sell goods.
  • The government didn't like the protest so they tried using violence to stop the protest, killing many people and even school kids, but all it did was make the people mad and they rioted. Also they arrested Nelson Mandela.
  • F.W. de Klerk becomes president and releases the famous protester Nelson Mandela and discusses ways to fix South Africa, but a fight for leadership of the black population broke out. Later Mandela becomes the first black president and Mandela's government faced poverty and an AIDS epidemic.
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