South African Revolution

South African Revolution

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  • South African Revolution
  • Stage 0: Acceptence
  • Stage 1:Complaining
  • The South African people were outraged by the fact that the South African government decided to split civilians up by races. It was called apartheid and it separated all the people in South Africa by race and they also separated all the places they had to go to, like school, church, and work. So they started to complain.
  • Stage 2:Protest
  • The people were fine with everything that was going on. No one was being split up and everyone was enjoying life.
  • Stage 3:Revolution
  • A lot of people and kids were confused about the fact that they had to be split up. In schools, work, church, and other places as well. People were not happy by this decision and they started to complain.
  • Stage 4:Recovery
  • People started to protest against these laws and all did not go so well. Cops starting to kill the innocent protesters and people were not getting very far with their protest. But then a group called the ANC was created and they launched a campaign of civil disobedience where the ANC openly violated apartheid laws. 
  • In 1990, de Klerk (who was the president of South Africa at the time) lifted all the bans on the apartheid laws. He then released Mandela from prison. 
  • I am crumbling up these laws.
  • Nelson Mandela was then elected as president, finally all the apartheid laws were removed, and everyone in South Africa was fine and happy.
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