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An online educational resource designed especially for high school and undergraduate students.
The site contains original video interviews with 45 South African activists.Full-length interviews are available, along with 140 interview segments organized topically.
Furthermore, the site contains raw video footage documenting mass resistance and police repression, historical documents, rare photographs, original narratives and essays, and educational activities that use the primary materials on the site.
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The African Activist Archive Project is building an online archive of primary materials - documents, photographs, artifacts, and written and oral memories - of 50 years of activist organizing in the United States in solidarity with African struggles against colonialism, apartheid, and injustice. This is a "people's archive" focused primarily on local organizations in the U.S. that supported African struggles against colonialism and white minority rule. We also include materials from national organizations that provided research, educational and organizing materials, and some reporting about these local community and campus groups. ... [according to site editor’s information]
In his article, Alegi looks at an early stage of the life of former ANC president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert Luthuli in which he was interested in football before entering politics. Alegi then analyses the early relationship between football and anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. He is the author of several books and articles concerning football in Africa / South Africa and is assistant professor at Michigan State University. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"As part of the Twenty Ten project, this website is dedicated to reporting on African football, related issues and the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa from an African perspective, including audio, video, photo, and text. The topics are inventive and often off the beaten path. Content from African journalists – called the All Stars – representing 34 nationalities will be published on this site, including written articles, images, broadcasts and multimedia productions. " [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
"Africa Media Online is offering the most comprehensive pan-African features coverage of Africa's first World Cup, with over 100 journalists in 34 African countries producing in-depth, fairly timeless features relating to African football and the impact of the 2010 FIFA World Cup on African life. Over 300 features - images, text, audio and multimedia - will be produced by the Twenty Ten project." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
According to their own statement, the Apartheid Museum in Ormonde, South Africa is the world's pre-eminent museum concerning the history of South Africa, especially the history of Apartheid. The website offers a lot of information on South African and Apartheid history, about exhibitions, other museums etc. Furthermore, you will find interesting educational material for teachers, with special units etc. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This is a exclusive Website about Nelson Mandela by the South African government. One can find all speeches of Mandela, a picture gallery, video and his biography. [editors ilissAfrica]
Mixed Race Studies is a website, collecting historical information as well as individual stories and information about cultural aspects of the coming together of people of different races especially in the USA, thereby also presenting chances and problems [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica].