1991: in the midst of apartheid, a system of institutionalized racial segregation used to oppress black South Africans and other people of color, a group of political leaders from a multitude of parties are coming together for the first time in the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA). Join your fellow delegates in finding a solution to the racial division, inequality, and injustice that has wreaked havoc in South Africa since the 1940's. Delegates will debate the establishment of a new constitution, as well as economic and social development in the nation. The main goal of this assembly is to create a unified, democratic, anti-racist, and anti-sexist state without sacrificing economic growth.
|CODESA: Fight for a Democratic South Africa Background Guide|
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