The History of Apartheid in South Africa

(1971) At its general meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1971, the South African Student's Organization, SASO, endorsed Black Theology and linked it to its campaign for liberation from Apartheid.

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Inadequate public transit services in many of the nation’s metropolitan regions, which have high proportions of "captive" transit dependents, has exacerbated social, economic, and racial isolation and aided in institutionalizing transportation apartheid. Today, no other group is more physically isolated from jobs than African Americans. Suburbs are increasing their share of office space, while central cities see their share declining. In 2000, the "spatial mismatch" between jobs and residence meant that more than 50 percent of the nation’s blacks would have to relocate to achieve an even distribution of blacks relative to jobs; the comparable figures for whites are 20 to 24 percentage points lower. The suburban share of the metropolitan office space is 69.5 percent in Detroit, 65.8 percent in Atlanta, 57.7 percent in Washington, DC, 57.4 percent in Miami, and 55.2 percent in Philadelphia. Getting to these suburban jobs without a car is next to impossible. It is no accident that Detroit leads in suburban "office sprawl." Detroit is also the most segregated big city in the United States and the only major metropolitan area without a regional transit system. Only about 2.4 percent of metropolitan Detroiters use transit to get to work.

What Life Was Like In South Africa During Apartheid

The United Nations did not agree with the South African government's apartheid policies

Your statement on killing is totally devoid of ANY truth. The killing started the moment the ANC was unbanned, and rapidly increased! The overwhelmingly black South African police kill over 600 people in custody every year! Over the full 30 years of Apartheid the total figure was less than 80! Under YOUR government the risk of a white farmer being shot in South Africa is far greater than that of a soldier in Iraq! I ask you: who is killing whom?

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2. What BS, the Afrikaners did “take power” in 1945! Search Apartheid Legislation in Wikipedia, the BRITISH created Apartheid in South Africa, LONG before the term Apartheid existed! Starting with 1884 Hut Tax, the British created apartheid laws DISENFRANCHISING blacks. Apartheid was INHERITED by Boers 1948 to 1961, when South Africa was STILL a BRITISH colony!

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Nearly fourteen years after Representative Dellums’ initial bill, the U.S. House of Representatives passed anti-apartheid legislation, calling for a trade embargo against South Africa and immediate divestment by American corporations. In 1986, the bill was finally agreed to by both Houses of Congress. Known as The Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986, the bill called for sanctions against South Africa and stated preconditions for lifting the sanctions, including the release of all political prisoners. (Among these political prisoners was Nelson Mandela.) Support for the Dellums bill was so strong that it withstood a veto by President Reagan—the first time in the 20th century that a president had a foreign policy veto overridden.

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3. MANDELA was a COMMUNIST, funded by ANGLO ZIONISTS, CECIL RHODES and the JEWISH OPPENHEIMER family! They own De Beers diamond and ANGLO AMERICAN GOLD MINES (deep into SOUTHERN AFRICA) to this day! Rhodes and Oppenheimers funded BOTH Apartheid and COMMUNIST Mandela, the Boers DO NOT own SA RESERVE BANK or those mines! Mandela’s ANC is listed as a terrorist organization, Mandela was jailed for terrorism, he was a member of South African Communist Party, comrade of Fidel Castro!

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(ca. 1968) In 1968 black college students across South African organized themselves to resist apartheid. Soon afterwards they issued a manifesto which announced their aims and objectives.