South Africa confronts racism with truth


Less than 30 years ago, South African leaders dismantled apartheid, its program of institutional and legalized racism, and the country began to work toward equality. Debora Patta shares how the country’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission helped South Africans confront racism but didn’t solve problems of economic equality that still challenge black South Africans today.



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