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This same logic (https://www.sahistory.org.za/archive/international-boycott-apartheid-sport-mary-corrigall) worked in Apartheid South Africa and was a powerful tool in the international support for the anti-Apartheid movement in that country.
It was replaced with South Africa's current multi-colour 'Rainbow Flag' -- in 1994 with the end of apartheid.
The Vienna Museum should welcome Israeli Apartheid Week, and discussion of the anti-racist Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement for Palestinian freedom, justice and equality.
A spokesperson for event organizer BDS Austria said: "We are not surprised by the Vienna City Council's repression or their growing relations with Israel's apartheid regime.
As children of apartheid, we used to get our 'racial revenge' when we, as sports fans of colour, donned our school jackets to pack the segregated non-white enclaves at Newlands cricket and the adjoining rugby stadiums on test match days.
Understanding Israel as an apartheid system reveals the urgent need for a paradigm shift in how we understand and attempt to transform the political reality in Israel and Palestine.
Goldblatt's photographs showed the "quiet, yet equally poignant features of the brutal apartheid regime," said the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg, which has exhibited much of his work over his 50-year career.
"Despite controversies surrounding her life and career, Winnie Mandela's unwavering commitment to ending apartheid and securing Nelson Mandela's freedom is recorded in history.
Apartheid was adopted as a formal policy by the South African government after the ascension of the National Party (NP) during the country's 1948 general elections.
The Nigerian labour leader who is also NEC member of NLC recalled that together with her late husband, Nelson Mandela Winnie epitomised remarkable sacrifices for the freedom of all of us against the tyranny of apartheid.
She was against forgiving some of the crimes committed by apartheid forces.