John Bradley

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No Sound, No Fury, No Marriage

Three years ago, my husband and I broke up after two decades of marriage.<p>Our path since has been so gentle that we have been the cause of confusion and gossip in our little Colorado mountain town. Both of our cars are often in the driveway, meals are frequently eaten together and logistics make it …

The Coddling of the American Mind

In the name of emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection from words and ideas they don’t like. Here’s why that’s disastrous for education—and mental health.<p><b>S</b>omething strange is happening at America’s colleges and universities. A movement is arising, undirected and …

Higher Education

F.W. De Klerk | Full Speech | Oxford Union

South Africa Documentary White Revenge, shocking!

The Life and Death of Steven Biko

State Sanctioned racist murder of white farmers in South Africa

South Africa's Post Apartheid Generation

South Africa under apartheid | The Economist

Is our Australian identity a matter for pride or shame?

I've re-watched Deng Thiak Adut's inspirational speech about inclusive thinking and seen Stan Grant called "Australia's Mandela". I've also seen my …


Francois Pienaar: 'When the whistle blew, South Africa changed forever'

Among certain white communities in apartheid South Africa, it was taken for granted that Nelson Mandela was a terrorist who must remain behind bars. That was drummed into the young François Pienaar, who would one day welcome Mandela to his wedding and name him as godfather to his two sons.<p>The men …

Apartheid in South Africa - Documentary on Racism | Interviews with Black & Afrikaner Leaders | 1957

The New York Times

Nelson Mandela was freed from prison on this day in 1990.<p>See the full original article as it appeared here:

The New York Times

Imani Perry, a Princeton University professor, is protesting her arrest during a traffic stop, saying she was mistreated because of her race.

Apartheid Exclusive Videos Features

Subscribe for fascinating stories connecting the past to the present.<p>Please enter a valid email address<p>By submitting your information, you agree to …

A+E Networks

The gathering storm of the ideology wars

<b>Australia has experienced a sudden outbreak of ideological moderation. Meanwhile, the voices of reaction are getting louder and less restrained,</b> …

Political Science

Australian of the Year: David Morrison, former Army chief, given top honour for gender equality work

Former Army chief David Morrison said he was "almost at a loss for words" after he was named the 2016 Australian of the Year for his commitment to …