South African Apartheid Conditions


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New York, United States

South Africans march in the street and hold banners to protest the new restrictions on African citizens, soon to be known worldwide as Apartheid, implemented by the white minorty government of Daniel Malan, Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa, early 1950s. During the Malan administration from 1948 - 1954 existing informal discrimination was systematically made law and remaining electoral, housing, civil, and employment rights of African citizens were dismantled. (Photo by FPG/Getty Images)


  • Title: South African Apartheid Conditions
  • Creator: FPG
  • Date Created: 1950-01-01
  • Provenance: Archive Photos
  • Subject Keywords: African, White, Multi-Ethnic, Mass, Race, People, City, Hat, Social Issues, Waist Up, Flag, Outdoors, Black And White, Jacket, Protest, Crowd, Occupation, Holding, Making, Family, City Street, Street, Johannesburg, Southwest USA, Meeting, Placard, Photograph, Law, Politics, Political Rally, Poster, Soweto, Recruitment, Civil Rights, Apartheid, Males, Prejudice, Leisure Activity, Government, Home Ownership, Banner, Administration, Minority Groups, Citizen, Remains, 1950-1959
  • Collection ID: 526
  • Collection: Archive Photos
  • Artist Title: Staff

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