a social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against non-whites
the first prime minister of the Congo and also helped the Congo gain independence from Belgium; he was liked by the Congolese but not by the U.S. and the government and he was quickly imprisoned and murdered
Organization of African Unity, promoted cooperation among members, supported independence and sough peaceful settlements of disputes
National Liberation Front -- underground movement by Algerian Muslims to gain independence from France.
South African statesman who was released from prison to become the nation's first democratically elected president in 1994 (born in 1918)
General Joseph Mobutu
The leader who changed the name of his country to Zaire; when he was overthrown it became the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A nationalist leader who fought to end oppressive laws against Africans; later became the first Prime Minister of Kenya
a violent movement against European settlers that eventually led to Kenya's decolonization from Britain
Rhodesian statesman who declared independence of Zimbabwe from Great Britain (born in 1919)
South Africans descended from Dutch and French settlers of the seventeenth century. Their Great Trek founded new settler colonies in the nineteenth century. Though a minority among South Africans, they held political power after 1910. (735)