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Study Questions Week 6Nelson Mandela’s Speech at the Rivonia Trial-How does Nelson Mandela justify his role in promoting armed struggle against apartheidin the early 1960s?
The Freedom Charter 1955-According to this document, what rights will be protected in a democratic South Africa?What will be the place of white people?-Basically protecting the political rights of African people, promoting a morejustified political and jury system for African people-In addition, more equality for all, want 10 things-The People Shall Govern-This means, everyone has a chance to make laws andvote on them-All same rights, basic human rights for ALL, similar to theCivil Rights Movement stuff in America-All national Groups should have Equal Rights-Equal status, equal language, no splitting because of land,done with apartheid, respect for different cultures andcustoms-The People Shall share in the Country’s Wealth-Maybe can mention how the wealth can be more if theyope trade and work for Africans as well, what Mandela saidin the Rivonia Trial-Right for people to enter all trades, crafts, and professions,equa trade without government determining where peopleshould trade-The Land Shall be Shared Among Those Who Work it-Restrictions of land ownership on a racial basis shall beended-Freedom of movement, occupying land wherever theywant to occupy land
-All Shall be Equal Before the Law-Pretty self explanatory, equal representation, courtsrepresentative of all ppl-Imprisonment shall be only for serious crimes, andre-education not vengeance-All Shall Enjoy Equal Human Rights-The law shall guarantee their right to speak, organize, tomeet together and to preach and worship, education-Free to travel-Etc-Shall be work and security-Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be Opened-Shall be Houses, Security, and Comfort-Shall be Peace and FriendshipStudy Questions Week 8-How does MLK see the Vietnam War as linked to African American struggles for civilrights in the United States?

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Term
Spring
Professor
Whelchel
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Vietnam War, South Africa under apartheid

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