Spurred by the strikes in Durban in 1973, the formation of trade unions, like the South African Scooter Drivers Union in Johannesburg (1984), provided labor protection to black South Africans.
Review the preamble and bill of rights of South Africa’s 1996 Constitution, a collaborative document that contains considerable protections on civil rights.
Read the transcript of a video the South African government sent to American students as a way to convince the international community of the benefits of apartheid.
Confront South Africa’s ongoing housing crisis through the words of Shamiela Fataar, a homeless black South African single mother, and AbM, a grassroots organization working for housing rights.
This poster was created for the 1945 world premiere of An Inspector Calls at the Leningrad Comedy Theatre in Moscow.