Pour en finir avec l'Apartheid

1990, 20:00 minutes, colour, French & English


Four Canadian anti-Apartheid militants take us to the very heart of the conflict in South Africa. Their comments take us back to the historical roots of the Apartheid system, and refer to the fierce struggle which the black population must carry out to have basic human rights recognized within a fundamentally racist society. A work videotaped with the goal of making young people more aware of the anti-Apartheid movement.

Quatre témoignages de militants canadiens anti-Apartheid nous conduisent au coeur même du conflit en Afrique du Sud, avec des propos nous ramenant aux racines historiques du système de l'Apartheid, aux lois qui le régissent, à l'injustice qu'il engendre et à la lutte acharnée que doit mener la population noire pour la reconnaissance de droits fondamentaux dans un système foncièrement raciste.

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