P.S Notes for - *Remember to work on the paper for the end of the class It is coming up soon*Test 3 one week from today South Africa continued from

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**Remember to work on the paper for the end of the class. It is coming up soon! **Test 3 one week from today! …South Africa continued from last lecture… 1 st and 3 rd worlds apart - Ex. Bucket toilet in S. African township o In 1993, about 60% of South Africans had access to piped water. o Different races had different standards of living, with white being more advanced. o 1994 survey showed that only 20% of black South Africans had running water and 40% had electricity in the home. - Group Areas Act (1950) forced three and a half million South Africans to relocate. o Making different races live together/Separating all groups. Entire communities destroyed and relocated to other areas. o Apartheid o Bantustans Goal: move blacks out of cities (except for migrant labor) to rural homelands. Township population decreased by 2/3 and Bantustans increased by 70% in the 1960s. Quasi-independent. - 1950 Immorality Act and the Prohibition of Mixed Marriages o Barred whites from sex with anybody not white. Goal: maintain racial purity. o Asians, Africans, and Colored could intermarry. Some were not permitted to live with each other. - NP’s Colour Policy – 1948 o The party’s definition of apartheid and its religious rationale for instituting it. o Isolationism. Part 2: Milestones in the Armed Struggle - ANC – African National Congress – 1912 o “Working together we can do more ‘crime’.” o Black African middle class created ANC under a different name. **1955 Freedom Charter link.
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course PSC 102 taught by Professor Sharlach during the Spring '11 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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P.S Notes for - *Remember to work on the paper for the end of the class It is coming up soon*Test 3 one week from today South Africa continued from

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