to democracy. Conservative - Favors existing laws and traditional institutions, is resistant to sudden change and governmental activism. It disbanded in 1986. Kholwa - An Nguni word meaning believer, used to refer to an African Christian or sexuality and Social Inequality a person educated in mission schools. Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) - Government body created by the Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act of 1995 for the purpose of investigating politically motivated human rights violations committed from. Nationalism - Strong adherence to ones nation and national identity. African National Congress Youth League (ancyl) - Founded in 1944 to represent the radical views of young members of the African National Congress who favored mass protests. Islam - A world religion that believes in Allah as the only God and bases its doctrine on the teachings and life of Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah. National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (unita) - An Angolan political organization and military force that fought against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (mpla). His father was part owner of a successful sugar plantation known as Cedar Grove. It includes people who indicate their race as 'Black, African., or Negro or report entries such as African American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian." References Retrieved from " ".
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Khoisan - Composite term used to denote both the pastoralist Khoikhoi and hunter-gatherer San peoples - indigenous inhabitants of western South Africa who spoke click languages distinct from Bantu languages such as isiZulu. Remains of Australopithecus Africanus have been found only in southern Africa. Customary law - Legal system for Africans instituted by British colonial rulers. Organization affiliated with the American Committee on Africa that engaged in public education on African issues. Richards and her son.C.