African History Timeline

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World History
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African History Timeline

The United Nations General Assembly denounced Apartheid. The UN later voted to impose an embargo on the sale of arms to South Africa

In 1994 a new constitution took effect, it's main goal was to enfranchise blacks and other groups.

De Klerk’s government repealed the Population Registration Act and most other laws that were the base of Aparthied laws.

Part of the Apatheid laws required people to be categorized into racial groups. People were categorized into three groups white, black, or colored (mixed).

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Nelson Mandela was released from prison and later became the president of South Africa. He was awarded a Noble Peace Prize.

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All blacks were forced to carry a pass book. The book had the holders photo,fingerprints, and what areas they could visit.

Every black was put into one of the Bantustans, even though it claimed to give them power, it took them out of politics.

Nelson Mandela was emprisoned from 1963 to 1990. This lead to international attention on the Aparthied laws.

African History Timeline

Apartheid's original purpose was to Increase racial separation but still allow whites to have more power.

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Black childern were protesting the language requirements for school. Police responded by shooting and using tear gas.

Purpose of Apartheid

Nelson Mandela

Categories

Politics

Pass Books

Repeals

After Prison

United Nations

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New Constitution

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Johannesburg

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Work Cited: http://www.history.com/topics/apartheidhttp://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~cale/cs201/apartheid.hist.htmlhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/timelines/ztd26sghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7yvnUz2PLE


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