Apartheid

  • (noun): A social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against non-whites; the former official policy in South Africa.

Some articles on apartheid:

Sporting Boycott Of South Africa During The Apartheid Era - End of Apartheid
... With the end of apartheid, sports rapidly ended their boycotts ... World Cup was a powerful boost to post-apartheid South Africa's return to the international sporting scene ...
Sporting Boycott Of South Africa During The Apartheid Era
... South Africa under apartheid was subjected to a variety of international boycotts, including on sporting contacts ... the aim of the boycott was to end segregation in sport, or to end apartheid altogether ...
South African Institute Of Race Relations - History
... liberal who opposed some of the proto-apartheid policies of the time and pursued a pro-British agenda ... Apartheid was formalized and the democracy was structured to favor the National Party, which would maintain rule over South Africa until 1994 ... Opposition to apartheid was routinely demonized as being pro-communist ...
Apartheid In Popular Culture - Popular Music Referencing Apartheid
... Nelson Mandela" by The Specials "Sun City" by Artists United Against Apartheid "Township Rebellion" by Rage Against the Machine "Silver and Gold" from the album Rattle and Hum by U2 "Bl ...
My Song Goes Forth
1937), is the first documentary about South Africa as apartheid was being imposed ... supremacy short-subject documentary which serves as an advertisement for the birth of apartheid in South Africa but with a conflicting message in the voice ... has been associated with Robeson and early Anti-Apartheid activism due to his re-editing and rewriting of the films' narration ...