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Remembering Sharpeville: the killing of 69 black South Africans on March 21st, 1960 was a turning point: the world judged apartheid to be morally bankrupt and the political agitation that ensued would eventually overturn white supremacy. Mar 1, 2010 1339
South Africa's forgotten war: White South Africans who fought in the long 'Border War' to maintain apartheid now find themselves in a country run by their former enemies. Gary Baines examines their continuing struggle to come to terms with the conflict and their efforts to have their voices heard. Apr 1, 2009 2176
Coming to terms with the past: Soweto, June 16th 1976: Gary Baines explains that the ANC government has institutionalized memories of the Soweto uprising in its efforts to build a new national identity in South Africa. Jun 1, 2006 2530

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