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PBS NEWSHOUR

South Africa grapples with reminders of apartheid

  • Aired: 11/10/2017
  • 08:50
  • Rating: NR
Protests in South Africa over a statue of a 19th century diamond magnate and colonial conqueror set off a national debate two years ago about the remnants of apartheid. As part of his ongoing series, Culture at Risk, Jeffrey Brown reports on the symbols and monuments in South Africa’s past that are still being fought over today.
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