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Durban Beach - Apartheid-Era

Durban Beach - Apartheid-Era Philosophy Civil Rights Government History Social Studies

During South Africa's apartheid era, even beaches were segregated.  This photo depicts a sign on the beach at Durban - written in English, Afrikaans and Zulu (the language most-oft spoken by blacks in the Durban area).

The intent of the sign - to keep all non-whites off this area of the beach - was legal under apartheid-era laws.

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Photo by Guinnog, online courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

 

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