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Apartheid protests and violence, South Africa
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MIRIAM MAKEBA - XSHOSA SONG MIRIAM MAKEBA - XSHOSA SONG (JACK LINKLETTER CHEERFULLY TALKS ABOUT MAKEBA'S PROTEST OVER SOUTH AFRICAN APARTHEID).
The 90's, episode 216: INVASIONS AND REVOLUTIONS
08:16 Black Consciousness Movement by Andrew Jones. Various leaders of anti-apartheid movements in South Africa talk about their struggle. In Johannesburg, protesters sing and dance while boarding a bus. 15:13 Krishna vs. Christians by Nancy Cain. A short video about a Hare Krishna parade in Venice Beach, California and the Christians who are on hand to protest it. 36:13 Habitat for Humanity by Nancy Cain. Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter help put up a house for a black family in San Diego. Picketers protest because an environmental impact survey wasn't conducted at the construction site.
WHITE HOUSE DEMO
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Apartheid in South Africa 1984: Desmond Tutu, conflict, Nelson Mandela taken to prison, protest in USA, Jesse Jackson speaks
South African bishop Desmond Tutu receives Nobel Peace Prize in Norway in 1984 Violence in South Africa Tutu speaking about apartheid White politicians in government Segregation, black people sent to townships Nelson Mandela taken to prison in 1962 Anti-apartheid demonstration in USA, Jesse Jackson speech we are more determined than ever to end apartheid
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The Security Council places South Africa's apartheid crisis on its agenda as people protest on roads in South Africa.
Security Council meeting on South Africa crisis at United Nations headquarters in New York, United States. Dignitary speaks during the council meeting. Name plates in front of him read 'President' and 'United States'. Dignitaries and personnel present at the meeting. The Security Council places South Africa's apartheid crisis on its agenda, over South Africa protests. Meanwhile in South Africa, the native work stoppage continues and thousands march in protest against government policies. Factories near sea. People stand in a line at a shop. Native black South African residents protest and carry caskets as they demonstrate on road. Location: South Africa. Date: March 31, 1960.
ANTI APARTHEID PROTEST
BARS. VS OF DEMONSTRATORS AGAINST AND FOR APARTHEID PROTEST IN FRONT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY. RANDALL ROBINSON, HEAD OF TRANSAFRICA, AN ANTI APARTHEID ORGANIZATION, SPEAKS BEFORE THE CROWD. CR:313. JAMES FARMER OF THE CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY (CORE) ADDRESSES THE GROUP. CI: PERSONALITIES: ROBINSON, RANDALL. PERSONALITIES: FARMER, JAMES. DEMONSTRATIONS: ANTI APARTHEID, DC, WASHINGTON.
Demonstration for Palestine banned and then authorized (19 October 2023, Paris, France)
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Anti-Apartheid protest
Crowds of South African, men and a few women, demonstrating in civil rights protest against Apartheid, carrying signs written in English Anti-Apartheid protest on January 01, 1960 in South Africa (Footage by Getty Images)
SOUTH AFRICA DEMO
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South Africa Protest; 9/15/89
Blacks and Whites protest police brutality, South Africa protest, apartheid
1980s NEWS
Dumisani Kumalo The last time I saw Mr. Mandela was in early June 1973. I was one of the few people other than his wife and prison guards who had been allowed to see him in the first 10 years that he had been in prison. Mr. Mandela had requested that I visit him so that he could express his condolences for the death of my fifth child. Nelson Mandela and I I will marry two sisters, Winnie Mandela and a younger sibling, my wife Dunya Nisa, we met on Robben Island, a cold, windswept rock of the coast of Cape Town, Mr. Mandela came to the visitors room with his head high. He was surrounded by four prison warders. There was a glass wall between us, but I could see that his palms were covered with calluses from the stones he had been breaking for 10 years. Amazingly, when Mr. Mandela began to speak, he never uttered a word of self pity. Instead, I left the prison feeling sorry for my own self, he had more hope than I did. I left my country four years later, in the time that has passed Mr. Mandela has become larger than life. His name is mentioned with reverence by people, millions who had not even born when he went to jail. They talk and sing of Comrade Mandela as if he was once walked among them, or even touch them. Finally, Mandela is free. But to appreciate the Mandela legend, one has to go back to the days even before South Africa was known as the land of apartheid. The year was 1940, 22 year old Holy Father, Nelson Mandela arrived in Johannesburg to work as a mine boy in the gold mines. This was the only way African men were allowed to come to the City of Gold. South Africa long dominated by the Dutch and English colonists was only interested in Africans for the cheap labor they provided in 1948. On the promise of strengthening already exists in segregation laws, the African Nationalist Party came to power, their aim total racial domination and separation. To make South Africa totally white and pure, apartheid was born. The word apartheid, and Africans English hybrid literally means partners. Over the next several years, Mandela became one of the leading anti apartheid activists, he led an organized campaign of strikes and boycotts in open defiance of the racist laws of the land. On March 21, 1960, the South African police shot and killed 69 people and maimed another 200 during a peaceful protest held in Sharpeville, a township south of Johannesburg, South Africa was never the same again. The whole country exploded. For the first time the struggle for freedom in South Africa caught the attention of the entire world. South Africa became ruled by the GM the ANC was banned. Nelson Mandela left the country without a passport and went overseas. Within his country, Mr. Mandela became a wanted man, the most wanted man in South Africa. The search for him intensified. After months of looting the police, Mandela was caught in 1962 and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. It was the hope of the South African regime that the name Mandela would be wiped clean of the memories of the South African people. For many years, it was illegal to mention Nelson Mandela's name, even in private to circulate his picture or to repeat any words he had ever uttered. But Mr. Mandela remained defined. He never gave up hope, he never surrendered. A theologian once told me that Dr. Martin Luther King marched in the southern United States, not to be free, but because he was free. Mr. Mandela remained free even in jail. His Spirit gave us on the outside the commitment to fight for our freedom, in whatever manner, whether it be in exile, prison, or even in death. For us, Mr. Mandela's release is the beginning not the end of a struggle. Apartheid is alive and well. I'm still not legally a citizen of South Africa. And neither is Mr. Mandela, Archbishop Tutu, nor anyone of the 30 million South Africans whose skin is color is not white. The ideas for which Mr. Mandela was jailed are not yet at hand, nor will they ever be until apartheid is abolished.
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ANTI APARTHEID PROTEST
BARS. VS OF DEMONSTRATORS AGAINST AND FOR APARTHEID PROTEST IN FRONT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY. RANDALL ROBINSON, HEAD OF TRANSAFRICA, AN ANTI APARTHEID ORGANIZATION, SPEAKS BEFORE THE CROWD. CR:313. JAMES FARMER OF THE CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY (CORE) ADDRESSES THE GROUP. CI: PERSONALITIES: ROBINSON, RANDALL. PERSONALITIES: FARMER, JAMES. DEMONSTRATIONS: ANTI APARTHEID, DC, WASHINGTON.
Frankly: [program of July 18, 2021]
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Civilians protest against government laws and apartheid racial discrimination policies in South Africa.
African civilians protest in Sharpeville, South Africa. Civilians gather on a street outside a police station. They demonstrate against government apartheid laws and against policies which require the civilians to carry passes all the time. People holding boards and placards. A sign reads: 'Freedom in our lifetime'. Police fire at the demonstrators. Many people are killed and injured in the police action which became known as the Sharpeville massacre. Dead bodies and wounded men lying on the street. Location: Sharpeville South Africa. Date: March 21, 1960.
South African bishop Desmond Tutu asks a crowd of mourners, "Is there anyone here who thinks we will not be free?" after the Uitenhagge massacre.
South African bishop Desmond Tutu asks a crowd of mourners, "Is there anyone here who thinks we will not be free?" after the Uitenhagge massacre.
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2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 11/9-8/05 HI-RISE BLDG IMPLOSION, THE GOODYEAR BLIMP, ELECTIONS, PROTEST AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE, CATTLE DRIVE IN CITY NO TITLE Aerial hi-rise demolition (Baptist Hospital), huge plume of dust rising & lingering. Ground shot of demolition AL ARUBA BOYCOTT Too bad we can't just stop everything until we find this chick WILMA FL MARINA REPAIR Aerial marina damaged by storm, smoke rising from bldg, firefighters at work ;FL GOODYEAR BLIMP REPLACEMENT Air to Air Goodyear blimp. TX VOTERS Houston poling place, Int voting, DX campaign posters; 11/9/1989 BERLIN WALL FALLS NX crowds celebrating, crossing checkpoint, people hugging. 11/9/1976 APARTHEID CONDEMNED UN UNITED NATIONS vote ;SCHWARZENEGGER VOTES arrives at polling place with Schriver (she seems a little uncertain), photo-op ; UNITED KINGDOM TIBET DEMO Police among colorful demonstrators outside Buckingham Palace, Free Tibet headbands ;Royal coach going by, Queen waving, royal guard son horseback, protesters ;THAILAND POLICE DETONATE BOMB explosion in front of small bldg, police, burning cars, investigation ;Security checking underside of car, NX paramedics tending wounded. HARRY REID ON CIA LEAK t/h ;SAMUEL ALITO WITH SENATOR BROWNBACK Alito passing reporters in hall, w/senator. ALITO WITH LIEBERMAN same deal ;CUBA REAX TO U.S. EMBARGO capital dome, crowded sidewalk, newspaper headlines, shoeshine stand, street scenes ;TX ESCAPEE IN COURT Charles Thompson, DX payphone, Thompson smiles at camera, Cessna on tarmac, jail ; LIBERIA HARVARD GRAD IN PRES ELECTION reporters around candidate, Int casting ballot, polling place, DX lines of voters ;NY VOTERS Int polling place, voting booth. GERMANY WORLDS LARGEST PASSENGER PLANE Dusk backlit passenger plane landing; AR HELICOPTER CRASH Aerial remains of helicopter crash. AL TRIPLE FATAL WRECK investigation, wrecked car on flatbed ;FL CUBAN BOAT ACCIDENT NX couple hugging, DX boat capsizing. TN SCHOOL SHOOTING evacuated students & adults, police cars; FL PARROT THEFT macaws in cage. WI CHAI VANG SENTENCED trial scenes. HUNTER SKILLED Aerial woods, hugging next to hearse ;NX officer carrying evidence, mobile crime lab goes by, DX pallbearers, suspect enters courtroom ;VA WILDER/KAINE GREET VOTERS. LOTTERY WINNER. TX RODEO ringing dinner bell, people wearing cowboy hats at breakfast buffet ;Longhorn cattle in pen, old west themed parade with horses & cattle drive, chuck wagon sponsored by Pace picante sauce; This might be useful- herd of cattle walking down city street, kids wave at camera. CA VOTER TURNOUT VAR polling place ;NX Schwarzenegger at rally, polling place, DX Schwarzenegger & Schriver showing up to vote ;CA SUGAR GLIDER STOWAWAY Int man holding a cute fuzzy little animal (like a cross between a lemur & a squirrel) ;Airport luggage carousel, CU critter sitting on hands. FL REAL ESTATE TYCOON TWINS dwarf hops onto chair in office ;SCHOOL SHOOTING police cars, onlookers
Continent of Africa (Lands Below the Sahara) - part 33 of 37. Shows causes and effects of Africa's political and social revolutions; the contrasts in the way of life of its indigenous peoples; the physical geography of the continent; and the non-African's
1960s: Children play on playground. Man jumps into pool. Tennis court. Man shows machete to soldiers. People hold signs at protest
ANTI-APARTHEID PROTESTS (CQ03909)
South African city silhouetted against the sunset. Images of Apartheid: a black fist raised in protest, white South Africans eating at a caf‚, served by a black South African waiter, military trucks roll through streets. A white South African woman comments on there already being a black revolution in the country. Black protestors chant and cheer with arms raised as smoke fills the sky behind them. Bishop Desmond Tutu vows resistance will not stop until Apartheid lifted. Violent clash between police and black protestors. Police whip protestors. A man shouts "you can kill me! I sacrifice myself..." Police shoot at protestors. 1960s footage of Nelson Mandela: "violence breeds violence" bloodied corpses of black South Africans. Crowds chant as a coffin is carried through the streets, protestors chant and dance. White anti-apartheid protestors cry at a funeral. A white South African woman is dragged screaming from a protest by a military guard. Footage from violent clashes during protests in March 1960, police shooting anti-Apartheid protestors, Sharpeville Massacre. Images of South African military forces and Black South Africans in shanty towns. Police brutally beating Anti-Apartheid protestors. South African President P.W. Botha. Zindzi Mandela reads a letter from her father. More violent protests, large Anti-Apartheid protests. <b>Note: VOICE OVER AUDIO NOT FOR USE</b> <p>Large peaceful Anti-Apartheid protest. Violent clash between police and marchers celebrating the release of Nelson Mandela. Police aiming guns at protestors, injured civilians carried by stretcher. An anti-Apartheid protest, black South Africans swim at a Whites only beach. Anti-Apartheid protests and strikes during South African elections. Black south Africans strike against segregated elections, journalists protest censorship, students and academics protest Apartheid. Women give tearful testimonials about their husbands and children shot by riot police on election night. Bishop Desmond Tutu speaks on the violence. A service for murdered protestors in a cathedral given by Bishop Tutu, injured protestors, and weeping widows and mothers seen.
ANTI APARTHEID PROTEST
BARS. VS OF DEMONSTRATORS AGAINST AND FOR APARTHEID PROTEST IN FRONT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY. RANDALL ROBINSON, HEAD OF TRANSAFRICA, AN ANTI APARTHEID ORGANIZATION, SPEAKS BEFORE THE CROWD. CR:313. JAMES FARMER OF THE CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY (CORE) ADDRESSES THE GROUP. CI: PERSONALITIES: ROBINSON, RANDALL. PERSONALITIES: FARMER, JAMES. DEMONSTRATIONS: ANTI APARTHEID, DC, WASHINGTON.