During the days of segregation, some businesses were only open to african american and people of color on certain days. Memphis Zoo was one of those establishments. Although this was still unfair, it is better than it being completely segregated.

Photograph of a “No White People Allowed in the Zoo Today” sign taken at the Memphis Zoo by Ernest Withers in the Even visits to the zoo were segregated. Blacks had only one day a week they could visit the zoo while whites could go on the other week days.

Old South African Rand currency. I remember receiving these for a birthday or Christmas present inside a card. Can't imagine posting money through the post in today's world.

Old South African Rand currency. I remember receiving these for a birthday or Christmas present inside a card. Can& imagine posting money through the post in today& world.

Living Apart : South Africa Under Apartheid. A newly de-segregated school in South Africa by Ian Berry

Today's Pictures: Living Apart: South Africa Under Apartheid. A newly de-segregated school in South Africa.

Old South African Rand currency.

Old South African Rand currency. I remember receiving these for a birthday or Christmas present inside a card. Can& imagine posting money through the post in today& world.

Mandela, then acting as a defense lawyer, outside the Drill Hall during the Treason Trial, the first major trial for treason in Johannesburg, South Africa. 1961. Photograph by Ian Berry/Magnum.

Nelson Mandela: A Life in Photographs

Mandela - then a defense lawyer - outside the Drill Hall during the Treason Trial; the first major trial for treason in Johannesburg, South Africa in Photograph: Ian Berry

Vir volk en vir vaderland

Vir volk en vir vaderland

Mandela and Winnie attending a ceremony in his honor at Trocadero Square in paris

Remembering Nelson Mandela: The Women Who Loved Him

Paris Visit Mandela and his then-wife Winnie attended a ceremony in his honour at Trocadero Square on the Plaza of Freedom and Human Rights on June 1990 in Paris, four months after his release from prison.

Bekende Botha: PW Botha Eerste Minister (1978-1984) en eerste uitvoerende Staatspresident (1984-1989) van Suid Afrika

Bekende Botha: PW Botha Eerste Minister (1978-1984) en eerste uitvoerende Staatspresident (1984-1989) van Suid Afrika

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