Apartheid 1948-1996: How did different modes of resistance contribute to the downfall of Apartheid?

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1. Conventions of Apartheid

1.1. Political Stance

1.1.1. National Party

1.1.1.1. D.F. Malan

1.1.2. Specific Acts

1.1.2.1. Bantu Education Act

1.1.2.1.1. Connections to Canada's Residential Schools

1.1.2.2. Group Areas Act

1.1.2.2.1. Subsequent Re-locations

2. Background

2.1. Groups

2.1.1. African

2.1.2. Indian

2.2. Boer War

2.2.1. Dutch Nationalism

2.3. Overview the formation of South Africa

2.3.1. Mapping

2.3.2. Main Colonizers

3. Resistance

3.1. Social

3.1.1. Housing

3.1.2. Education

3.1.3. Sports / Olympics

3.1.4. Expulsion from the UN

3.2. Political

3.2.1. UDF

3.2.2. ANC

3.2.3. Nelson Mandela

3.2.4. The treason trial

3.3. Violence

3.3.1. Sharpville Massacre

3.3.2. Student Strikes

3.3.3. Township Revolt

3.3.4. Civil Disobedience