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Daemon
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The Sharpeville Massacre

On March 21, 1960, a group of 5,000 to 7,000 people converged on a police station in Sharpeville, South Africa, to protest the so-called "pass laws" that were being used by the apartheid-supporting government to enforce greater segregation. When the protesters refused to disperse, police fired on the crowd, killing 69 people and injuring more than 180. The massacre sparked nationwide outrage and international condemnation. Why is the incident seen as a turning point in South Africa's history? More...
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The Sharpeville Massacre
On March 21, 1960, a group of 5,000 to 7,000 people converged on a police station in Sharpeville, South Africa, to protest the so-called "pass laws" that were being used by the apartheid-supporting government to enforce greater segregation. When the protesters refused to disperse, police fired on the crowd, killing 69 people and injuring more than 180. The massacre sparked nationwide outrage and international condemnation.
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And this is, how Umkhonto we Sizwe had been forged. In fire.

J'ai perdu mes amis en Afrique durant la dernière semaine de 2017
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Sharpeville Massacre

The tremendous shame on the South Africa's Government that lead the entire country, and the continent as a whole afterwards, to a new, and sometimes more bloodly, process of deconstruction of the Apartheight System. This initial flame flew from this point in time and space and flame the hearts and body of South and North Afro-Americans throughout the Americas.
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