The era of apartheid in South Africa is infamous for its utter genocidal dehumanization, deportation, impoverishment and all-around discrimination against a native population by Afrikaners. Apartheid lasted for over 40 years with the support of the United States and other world powers

Apartheid South Africa

Poster made by the Anti-Apartheid Movement in the United Kingdom highlighting the discrimination of the apartheid system. It was created in 1948 and lasted until the end of FW De Klerk’s government in

Nelson Mandella by Yousuf Karsh

An ideal for which I am prepared to die

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has set aside product promotion on its website temporarily to honor former South African President Nelson Mandela.

Desmond Tutu & Nelson Mandela, Johannesburg. I flew with Desmond Tutu from Cape Town to Joburg.

Desmond Tutu Nelson Mandela, the real characters of Hotel Rwanda. Very inspirational story I share with students about overcoming the odds and about being grateful for the lives we are given.

The extreme divide of rich and poor in South Africa captured by drones #DailyMail

The extreme divide of rich and poor in South Africa captured by drones

The extreme divide of rich and poor in South Africa captured by drones #DailyMail

Nelson Mandela walks free from prison on February 11, 1990, having spent 27 years behind bars. Many feared his release and the end of apartheid would spark a civil war in South Africa, however Mandela became a symbol of peace of reconciliation, and is now known as the father of a modern and peaceful South Africa.

21 of the most iconic photos ever taken

Ian Berry, 1994 Aanhangeres van Mandela in afwachting van zijn komst in een township

Photo © Ian Berry / Magnum Photos // On this day years ago, Nelson Mandela won the first ever multiracial South African election by a landslide. Here, supporters climb to every vantage point whilst awaiting the arrival of Mandela in a Natal township in

The Supreme Court ended segregation in schools in 1954 while all legally-enforced public segregation was abolished by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (pictured: a sign in Jackson, Mississippi which reads 'Waiting Room For Colored Only)

Mississippi town ordered to desegregate its schools

Chapter issues of race - "you ain't got no business bringing white chillun here"(lee she doesn't like a white child being in her "black church"

Nelson & Winnie Mandela (1990)

On the day of his release, Nelson Mandela stood tall

Nelson Mandela is freed in leader of the South African Movement to end apartheid, later elected president of South Africa after serving 27 years in prison.

Nelson Mandela was a huge historical and influential figure in Africa. He was a major figure in the ending of Apartheid. He started out with violent protest. This landed him in jail. After he spent 27 years in false imprisonment, he helped the last white South African president abolish Apartheid laws and create a new and equal constitution. He then went on the be the first black president of South Africa.

One Life Lesson From Nelson Mandela: A Much Needed Tribute To This Great Man

They use Nelson Mandela's favorite poem "Invictus" to tell his story through a comic strip.

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I, Daniel Blake is a realistic depiction of life on benefits. Isn't it? | Frances Ryan | Opinion | The GuardianTHE MIDDLECLASS WALK IDLY BY ON THE OTHER SIDE REFUSING TO VOTE TO END THIS SOCIAL APARTHEID

I, Daniel Blake is a realistic depiction of life on benefits. Isn’t it?

Accusations that the film is inaccurate are part of the ongoing attempt to dismiss what is being done to vulnerable people in Britain’s toxic social security system

Archbishop Desmond Tutu – South African anti-apartheid campaigner. He sought to heal wounds after the end of apartheid through the Truth and Reconciliation committee.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu – South African anti-apartheid campaigner. He sought to heal wounds after the end of apartheid through the Truth and Reconciliation committee.

UN chief calls for end of Israeli blockade of Gaza - The Independent

UN chief calls for end of Israeli blockade of Gaza - The Independent

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