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.
Britain would begin encroaching further and futher on board territory with the transfer government vastly unpopular and facing bankruptcy see from costly campanigns against native Africans the threats mounting from Zulu would lead to the war ending
John Quincy Adams argues in favor of the African slaves in the United States v. The Amistad case in front of the Supreme Court. He displays fervent support for the abolition of slavery and asserts that the natural state of mankind is freedom, which contrasts with the South's view.