Segregation and Education in the U.S. and South Africa
A comparison of racism in education in KwaZulu/Natal during the apartheid era of 1980s and in Alabama during 1960s civil rights movement.
# 15734 | 2,250 words | 17 sources | 2000 |
Published on Feb 20, 2003 in History (African) , African-American Studies (Racism) , History (U.S. Post-Modern 1965-Present) , History (U.S. Baby Boom Years 1945-1965) , Education (General)
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From the Paper:"This research will comprise a comparative study of segregation and education in schools in the South African homeland of KwaZulu/Natal during the apartheid era of the 1980s and in Alabama during the 1960s civil rights movement. The research will set forth the context for examination of segregation as an instrument of public policy in the U.S. and apartheid as an instrument of public policy and then discuss similarities and differences between South African and American versions of embedding racial divisions into the educational process.
Although American and South African political experience may seem sharply different in the modern period, the truth is that there are striking similarities in their contemporary history where race relations are concerned. It was in 1948 that the..."
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