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The racist signs South Africans had to look at every day for 40 years

Beaches, bridges, swimming pools, washrooms, cinemas and even burial grounds were all segregated under Apartheid in South Africa.

How Stephen Bantu Biko Became an Anti-Apartheid Martyr

Ntsiki Biko, widow of South African political detainee Steve Biko, who died while in police custody on 12 September 1977, defiantly gives the Black Power salute with their children Samora (left) aged two, and Nkosinathi aged six, in front of their home at King William's Town, South Africa, shortly after hearing of his death. 'Steve may be dead, but his struggle will continue', she said.

I actually learned this after hearing enough pre-game national anthems. Incredible lyrics that people should live by.

I #learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

This is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read in my life. "Set in Grahamstown, South Africa, during the 1990s, at the height of political unrest and opposition to apartheid, this is the bittersweet story of two people whose lives intertwine without them ever knowing each other - one a heavy-drinking white man and the other the young daughter of a black activist. This tale captures the harsh and brutal realities of South Africa's past with its raw and sore racism, interlacing…