I wish we can all vote. I wish the government can let us but he doesn't.
Stage 1: Complaining
I wish we can get married but we can't.
I wish I can have a better job then having a job that makes me do a lot of work.
By: Britney Montalvo
Stage 2: Protest
We want to be treated like white people to!
We want to have the same things as white people do.
We want change!
Make change! Make change!
In 1652 the British government took power but eventually he left the colony. The Boers had carved three territories and they had contact with a Great leader named Shaka, the Zulu. The British had came in to war with Zulu and they destroyed their empire.
Stage 3: Revolution
In 1990 a new constitution was made and it was impossible for the nonwhites to vote. Then it all the began the South Africa's system of racial segregation. All nonwhite people were so angry that it was illegal to marry someone with a different race, illegal to work in certian areas, live in areas, they didn't own the best land and restaurants were segregated.
Stage 4: Recovery
I will ban any organizations. We will make change!
We are both working on to change South Africa's government. We will stop segregation.
On June 16, 1976, thousands of African children went to go and protest through the Township of Soweto where the Afrikaans study at. The nonwhites protested in Soweto all the way to other townships and it was known as the Soweto uprising. They were protesting because they wanted change and they wanted to have the same thing as the white people.
In Sharpeville, South Africa the police fired demonstrators and they shot and killed 69 people. Other who were protesting were killed to. More than 180 people were wounded. In total 575 people who were African were killed.
On September F.W de Klerk was elected president of South Africa in 1989. F.W de Klerk took away apartheid laws. Also legalized the ANC and other organizations. Many African people wanted Nelson Mandela out of prison. He was a ANC leader. Nelson was a symbol of the black struggle. F.W de Klerk and Nelson Mandel both wanted to change South Africa's government. In 1994 the ANC elected Nelson Mandel to become president then all violence had stopped.