The South African Revolution

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  • The South African Revolution By: Dylan McCauley
  • In the 1940s, the National Party created an apartheid program that segregated the people in South Africa.
  • Acceptance
  • People were complaining because the National Party was trying to make South Africa a "white nation"
  • Complaining
  • They're Segregating us
  • Several Thousand black African children marched to Soweto to protest the use of Afrikaans.
  • Protest
  • During the protest at Sharpeville, the police opened fire and killed 69 blacks. Also, at least 575 people, almost all black, were killed.
  • Revolution
  • In 1994, the country held its first elections open to all races. Then, Nelson Mandela was elected president. Later after the elections, politically motivated violence decreased. Then in 1996, South Africa adopted a new constitution.
  • We Have Rights!
  • Recovery
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