Apartheid : The Stage And Time Of Unfair Judgement And Racism

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Apartheid Apartheid is the stage and time of unfair judgement and racism in South Africa. I wanted to analyze both sides of the story through an unbiased lens or way of thinking, but I also wanted to get an idea of how each side felt. This time era was violent and full of racism. However try to put yourself in the shoes of the natives of Africa and imagine someone invading your home and completely taking over your life. Then, that person has the audacity to look at you like you did not belong there, in your home, the place they took over. How would you react?

To look at Apartheid through an unbiased and clear perspective would be the best way to analyze the whole time era. The point being, I know there was luxury for the Europeans, but I wanted to know what it what was it like for the natives of Africa. I wanted to read into the reasons why the natives of South Africa were treated as second class citizens. With such ignominy on their own land where they were treated like they were anything less than human.

A daughter of Ethel Pillay, who was a mother of three and had to raise daughters on her own in Apartheid, to says to Business Insider, “My mother was furious. The operators of the gas station in rural, racist South Africa had taken her money to fill the car, but would not give her the key to the toilets. They were for whites only.” During the early 1960’s “apartheid was the law of the land”. While the Pillay was travelling from Zimbabwe to native…

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