The Parable of Polihale: Community Spirit in the 21st Century
The implications of forcing language on the people
Next month, thousands of people from around the world will journey to the Republic of South Africa to watch the world cup soccer being played there.
Some of those visitors may visit the museum in Soweto, the Black township near Johannesburg.
That museum documents the history of the 1976 protests in Soweto that originally began peacefully. When the police fired live bullets at the students, things turned violent, and rioting young people destroyed government buildings and killed some government individuals.