Apartheid Project - Nate Johnson

Apartheid Project - Nate Johnson

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  • Mom, can we go to the beach today?
  • At home in the kitchen
  • Sure, it's a beautiful day. Let's go!
  • Standing on the bus stop
  • I've never been on a bus before. This should be fun.
  • Riding the bus
  • Colored People
  • Whites Only
  • WE are not white.
  • Why do we have to sit in the back?
  • Amare and Asha want to visit the beach.
  • Arriving at the beach
  • Woo-hoo! We made it!
  • Have fun kids!!
  • This is WRONG! This is not fair!
  • They walk to the bus stop from their house.
  • The beach is not for us
  • White Area Only
  • It doesn't matter what color we are. It only matters who we are.
  • Amare and Asha are shocked to learn that they are not allowed to sit in the front of the bus.
  • Lesson learned
  • Our country has a long way to go, but we will keep fighting.
  • This was a sad day.
  • Amare and Asha are happy to arrive to the beach.
  • They learn they cannot play on this part of the beach. It is reserved for Whites Only.
  • Mom and the kids arrive home after a long day. They learned a lot about apartheid and the challenges it brings.
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