Apartheid Museum: South Africa

Apartheid Museum: South Africa

APARTHEID ORIGIN: After the National Party gained power in South Africa in 1948, its all-white government immediately began enforcing existing policies of racial segregation under a system of legislation that it called apartheid.

source: History
The posters that was used before in political heist in South Africa
The pillars of the new free government of South Africa. This should be their guide
in weighing issues that might affect their freedom/challenges

HOW DOES IT WORK? Under apartheid, nonwhite South Africans (a majority of the population) would be forced to live in separate areas from whites and use separate public facilities, and contact between the two groups would be limited. Despite strong and consistent opposition to apartheid within and outside of South Africa, its laws remained in effect for the better part of 50 years. In 1991, the government of President F.W. de Klerk began to repeal most of the legislation that provided the basis for apartheid.

source: History

People are being separated based on skin colors. Based on your color, your privilege will be determined.
But in this case, the favor is mostly given to whites.
The signs of early humans are found in the soils of South Africa.
No wonder why there are rich tribes and chants in the country.
Passports and your identity.
Maybe most of us don’t know the history or the term of apartheid is. As part of the mixed or black blood, for sure, this system would truly affect me if ever i might be living in South Africa. Sure there are terrible things that happened in almost all countries in the world and in our history but i can see why this system is very important to South Africans together with other issues that relates to it such as poverty, discrimination, human rights and inequality.

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  1. bumisita uli sa iyo..salamat sa pagiging bahagi ng blog ko sa 10 years…celebrating 10 years, Written Feelings….

  2. thanks for sharing pics..salamat sa pagiging bahagi ng blog ko sa 10 years…celebrating 10 years, Written Feelings….

  3. …Apartheid is a stain on the history of mankind.

  4. The history of racial segregation in SA was truly horrific, and what's sad is that racism is still a part of our society today:( Thanks for sharing these photos of the museum.

  5. Thanks emmy! It was and i hope that people are educated about it so they would know that cost of it!

  6. wow! Congratulations to you arvin! Thank you for visiting.

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