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|Caption:||Children holding an anti-apartheid banner that reads, "Why should we suffer through colour bar?" Children endure a second-rate education known as Bantu education. When the apartheid government attempts to use Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in black schools, this gives rise to mass protests.|
|Country:||Republic of South Africa|
|Dimensions:||5192 x 6916 px|
|Keywords:||Peaceful protests, Bantu education, Afrikaans instruction, political activism|
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