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Apartheid

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Oliver Bölin

on 14 February 2016

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Transcript of Apartheid

The right to equality
Freedom from discrimination
Freedom from Torture and Degrading Treatment
The right to marriage and family.
SOLUTION
&
CONCLUSION
"D" = "Highly Dangerous, Expected to try to escape"

"C" = "Big threat, expected to try to escape"

"B" = "Big threat, expected to not escape"

"A" = "No big threat, trusted not to escape"
WHY WE SHOULD NOT FORGET ABOUT APARTHEID
BANTU = BLACK
COLORED = MIXED RACE
ASIAN = INDIAN AND PAKISTANI
Because South Africa is still a chronically racially divided nation
Because opponents of apartheid faced serious punishment

TALKING
43.5% of South Africans rarely or never speak to someone of another race
27.4% interact with a person of another race always or often on ordinary weekdays
25.9% do so sometimes

SOCIALIZING
17.8% South Africans always or often socialize with people of other races
21.6% do so sometimes
56.6% rarely or never socialize across race lines.

Why We Should Not Forget About Apartheid
SO THAT IS DOES NOT HAPPEN AGAIN
https://www.facebook.com/notes/black-and-education/black-history-short-story-of-the-week-apartheid-we-must-not-forget/448427805269032/
SOURCE
SOURCE
http://khayadlanga.com/2012/12/04/why-we-still-talk-about-race-and-apartheid/
SOURCE
https://www.nelsonmandela.org/content/page/prison-timeline

http://overcomingapartheid.msu.edu/sidebar.php?id=65-258-8
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