Fighting Apartheid: A Cartoon History (1988)

Citation (1988). Fighting Apartheid: A Cartoon History. IDAF Publications Ltd. URL

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@book{1988fighting,
pages = {1--76},
title = {{Fighting Apartheid: A Cartoon History}},
year = {1988}
}

Fighting Apartheid (1988) A Cartoon History - UNESCO

SOUTH AFRICA

WHERE ONE OF THE MOST REPRESSIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS OF MODERN TIMES EXISTS. A SYSTEM WHICH DEPRIVES THE BLACK MAJORITY OF ALL BASIC RIGHTS, WHILE THE WHITE MINORITY ENJOYS A MONOPOLY OF POWER AND PRIVILEGE.

IN ITS DEVELOPING STRUGGLE FOR LIBERATION THE MAJORITY DALY COMES FACE TO FACE WITH GREATER AND GREATER VIOLENCE FROM THE HEAVILY ARMED MINORITY.

THIS IS APARTHEID IN THE 1980'S - A SYSTEM CONDEMNED BY THE UNITED NATIONS AS “A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY …“

Table of contents

Foundations of Apartheid

  1. In The First Place
  2. Wealth
  3. Segregation

The Struggle for Liberation

  1. Mass Peaceful Protest
  2. A Decade of Repression
  3. New forms of Resistance
  4. Entrenching apartheid
  5. Mass Action and State Violence

The Future

Key ideas

Notes

Foundations: 1. Colonial Conquest

From the diary of Jan van Riebeeck, leader of the Dutch settlers … p.6

The Khoikhoi strongly insisted that we had been appropriating more and more of their land, which had been theirs all these centuries, and on which they had been accustomed to let their cattle graze etc. They asked if they would be allowed to do such a thing if they went to Holland.

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