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South Africa

Collection by Thulani Ncobela

Black lady cleaning segregated white public toilets in Jo’burg Johannesburg Art Gallery, South African Art, Gordon Parks, Historical Pictures, Shorpy Historical Photos, Black History Facts, African History, World History, Black People

The Evidence of Things Not Seen — #FRIENDSOFJAG

With the help from the Friends of JAG, the Johannesburg Art Gallery can maintain its collection of Picassos and Rodins, Sekotos and Pierneefs. Together, the #FRIENDSOFJAG find innovative ways to raise funds for the gallery’s activities and educational programmes. Whether you’re a visitor, friend or BFF of JAG, your contributions serve to nourish the roots of culture.

What did it feel like to grow up with Apartheid as a white South African? Us History, African History, Black History, South Afrika, Self Determination, Apartheid, Jim Crow, Vintage Metal Signs, Political System

10 Signs From The South African Apartheid

And to think these signs only became illegal in 1994. While overt American racial tensions of the 50s and 60s were content to divide folks into black or white, South Africa really went the extra mile. People were white, black, coloured, Asian, "other Asian" or "honorary white", with each group having its own rules and social stigma complete with paperwork to prove what group you were part of.

Before it became Nedbank, drive through teller at Nederlandse Bank Van Said Africa. A Moment In Time, African History, The Good Old Days, Cape Town, Old Photos, Landscape Photography, South Africa, Country, Apartheid

Before it became Nedbank, drive through teller at Nederlandse Bank Van Said Africa.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Nov U. Wedding Reception Program, Order Of Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Programs, Traditional Wedding Invitations, Wedding Invitations Online, Ceremony Outline, National Insurance Number, Wedding Newspaper, African Traditional Wedding

This Day in History: Nov 6, 1962: U.N. condemns apartheid

On this day in 1962, the United Nations General Assembly adopts a resolution condemning South Africa's racist aparth...

This photo depicts one of the reference books which all South African blacks were once required to carry. Such a passbook, mandatory under apartheid-era laws, determined where its holder could live and work. End Of Apartheid, African National Congress, South Afrika, New South, Black Women Art, Historical Pictures, African History, Black And White Pictures, Africa Travel

Apartheid - A Crime Against Humanity

Passbook that the South African Blacks are required to carry. 1/Jan/1985. UN Photo/x. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

Life in Apartheid-Era South Africa - Mark Byrnes - The Atlantic Cities National Geographic, News South Africa, Apartheid, Return To Work, Atlantic City, Slums, African History, Aerial View, Continents

CityLab - Bloomberg

Bloomberg CityLab reports on the world’s cities, communities, and neighborhoods: How they work, the challenges they face, and the solutions they need.

Inspirational Women in South Africa Freedom Day South Africa, Apartheid Museum, Science, Nelson Mandela, African History, Print Ads, World Cultures, Black History, History Teachers

10 Museum Advertisements to Inspire You! | The Heritage Lab

These museum advertisements from across the world are a lesson in how communication can be engaging, powerful and can draw visitors like never before!

On the of August 1956 over South African women marched to the Union Buildings against the Urban Areas act. African Literature, African History, Women In History, World History, Black History, History Icon, History Essay, African Culture, Women's Day South Africa

Literary — The Book Banque

A literary journal unravelling heritage and addressing socioeconomic topics through African literature.

Photographs of black life and culture under Apartheid, taken by legendary South African photographer Alf Kumalo who passed away on October Pushpa Padayichie Political Culture, Apartheid, Black Couples, Two Girls, Historical Pictures, African History, Us Images, Vintage Black, South Africa

Rise and Fall of Apartheid: photography captures the protests and prejudice – in pictures

A new photographic exhibition in New York examines the legacy of the apartheid system through nearly 500 photographs, films, books, magazines and newspapers, covering more than 60 years of South African history

South African version of CREME SODA. Creme soda just isn't the same if it's not bright green! Cream Soda, Ice Cream, Toxic Foods, Drinking Around The World, South African Recipes, Out Of Africa, The Cure, Homeland, Zimbabwe

9+ Unutterable Toxins in Our Diet That Can Affect Our Health Ideas

Unimaginable Toxins in Our Diet That Can Affect Our Health Ideas. 9+ Unutterable Toxins in Our Diet That Can Affect Our Health Ideas.

The 1976 Soweto Uprising Student Protest Was Met With Police Violence: Soweto Uprising Roadblock (June Nelson Mandela, Native American Wisdom, American History, Watts Riots, Black History Books, Youth Day, Gymnasium, Black Image, Music

The 1976 Soweto Uprising Student Protest Was Met With Police Violence

When high-school students in Soweto, SA started protesting for better education on June 16, 1976, police responded with teargas and live bullets.