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What kind of response did a Grand Rapids CRC Pastor get from the Prime Minister of South Africa in 1954 when asking about the system of Apartheid?

Since December of 2014, we have been engaged in research on the movement in Grand Rapids to end the system of Apartheid in South Africa. Like most of the international anti-Apartheid movement, Grand Rapids engaged in education, confronting government and … Continue reading

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The Roots of the South African Anti-Apartheid Campaign in Grand Rapids – Part II

Last month we posted the first part of a two part series on the roots of the South African Anti-Apartheid Movement in Grand Rapids. ┬áHere is part two, which looks at the work done that led to the City of … Continue reading

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An obligation to not participate in racist activities: The South African Anti-Apartheid Movement in Grand Rapids

(This is the first is a series of articles that deals with the South African Anti-Apartheid Movement that was active in Grand Rapids.) The international Anti-Apartheid Movement for justice in South Africa is an interesting case study and an example … Continue reading

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