Racism in South Africa in the 20th century

South Africa was the only state in which in the second half of the twentieth century legalized racism. All South Africans were divided by race; white, colored, black and Indian (Asian). Different rights to different groups were introduced and of course most rights were given to the white people. Some of these rights were:separate education, health care, public transport and entertainment facilities, as well as churches banning mixed marriages. Even the shops and beaches were labeled “whites only” and “other”. Here are some of them:

Racism in South Africa

1956 white children in the pond only for white children

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The area of white, near Cape Town, 1976

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1978 there is no entry for white

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1986 WC for colored, black and Asian women

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1952 protests!

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1955 marks the Wellington railway station on the racial segmentation

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1957, all the inscriptions in English and African, park area for whites and non-whites

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1960 at Albert Park, Durban

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Avoid Aboriginals, 1956, Johannesburg

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1986

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1971 park for white women with babies

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1967 taxi for white people