NAMIBIA Apartheid

NAMIBIA Apartheid

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by United Nations
New York, New York, United Nations
Undated, second half of the 1970s?
Type: Poster
Coverage in Africa: Namibia
Coverage outside Africa: United Nations
Language: English
One of the posters in a photographic display set entitled THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE IN NAMIBIA AND SOUTHERN RHODESIA (ZIMBABWE) produced by the United Nations Office of Public Information. The poster says separate development for blacks and whites - apartheid - is not a natural process; in practice it mans development for whites and the expense of blacks; in means separate, unequal and inferior lives for blacks; it means oppression - the systematic denial of basic rights to blacks. The poster says black townships are segregated in two ways: from white towns and into tribal compounds; apartheid emphasizes differences and neglects common needs and rights. The poster discusses Damara and Katutura. The poster discusses Katutura and the Namib Desert. This item was digitized by the International Institute of Social History which provided it to the African Activist Archive Project. Size: 52x37 centimeters.
Collection: International Institute of Social History