The Sharpeville MAssacre.
In March of 1960 both the ANC and the PAC decided to hold demonstrations against the 'pass law'. While the ANC planned peaceful protests, Robert Sobukwe wanted to do something a little bit more extreme. He asked all Africans on March 21 to leave their houses without their passes, walk to the police station and demand to be arrested. On the morning of March 21 Sobukwe started the campaign by walking to the police station in Orlando in the Transvaal, without their passes. He and a small group of protestors were arrested.
In the township of Sharpeville in Vereeninging, about 50 kilometers aw…
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