The Rise and Fall of Apartheid
00:00 - 06:17
6m 17s

This clip explains apartheid and how, for nearly half a century, non-white South Africans were stripped of their freedoms and suffered under government imposed restrictions. It discusses how individuals were classified using the pencil test and how defiance and protest led to the end of apartheid.


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